Word of the Week: Celebration Life Lesson: WE MADE HERSTORY. I’m *exhaling* for the first time in a while. Our country has chosen the first female VP, the first WOC VP. I have a lot of feels that I can’t put into words just yet but on the top of the list is how excited […]


November 11, 2020

Kamala Harris Made Herstory in the 2020 Election

Word of the Week: Community Life Lesson: I’ve had a hard time finding the right community, though not for lack of trying. I’ve joined women’s groups, book clubs, coworking spaces, business masterminds, healing workshops, yoga studios and even grad school. They’ve all fallen flat for one reason or another—usually because I don’t feel understood (something […]


July 27, 2020

Get To Know Your Community: Nathlie S

Word of the Week: Disillusionment Life Lesson: This past month has been especially dark for me. Some might call it depression. I call it waking up to oppression. Waking up to the ways I’ve internalized oppression and to other people’s ignorance of oppression. Only after many difficult conversations about race did I realize how much […]

Empowerment, Mental Health, Spirituality

July 6, 2020

Waking Up to Oppression & Loving Yourself

Word of the Week: Accountability Life Lesson: As someone with a queer sister, I’ve always felt a bit conflicted about Pride Month. On the one hand, it’s awesome that so many people and companies outwardly show their support for the LGBTQIA+ community—something that didn’t happen even 10 years ago. On the other hand, I cringe […]


June 22, 2020

The Double-Edged Sword of Trendy Activism

Word of the Week: Sustainability Life Lesson: In the midst of a collective awakening, many people are realizing—in a whole new way—that we live in an unjust society, poisoned by corrupt systems, structural racism and police brutality, and are taking action like never before. Keep in mind, activism is a marathon, not a sprint. Yes, […]

Empowerment, Mental Health

June 15, 2020

3 Ways to Avoid Activist Burnout

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