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It’s Time To Take Your Life Into Your Own Hands: The Things You Could Do Starting Right Now

This may come as a surprise to you, but often we can feel like we are trapped and stuck in a rut when it comes to life. Believe it or not, we only get one shot at this thing, and so many people that have reached the golden years of life will remind you that […]

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Bipolar Day

On March 30th every year, there is an unusual holiday that is not necessarily very “lighthearted”, but we still get the chance to observe it because it’s pretty important. It’s World Bipolar Day. Bipolar Disorder affects 5.7 million people just in the United States and 60+ million people across the world. That’s a lot, and […]

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Role Models And Mentors: The Key To Reaching Greater Heights?

Sometimes in life, it can be easy to feel that we’ve lost our way. Perhaps we’ve had a series of setbacks and lost our confidence. Maybe we’re at a crossroads in life, like leaving college, and unsure which way to head. Perhaps we’re feeling lost and in need of some guidance. Or maybe we’ve hit […]

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Weekly Happiness

Since I last checked in on a Weekly Happiness post, I’ve been pretty busy! I had people over to celebrate the Libra Full Moon and Ostara/the Spring Equinox. I went to Alexandria, Virginia for the day and visited a museum about inventors, found some roadside attractions, and walked through Old Town. I went to the […]

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All Fat People Deserve To Be Heard

Recently, I read a status on a popular fat positive account that was making two points. The first was that people of color deserve to have a louder voice in the body positivity community. I agree with that. If your body positivity (and feminism) isn’t intersectional, it’s not worth it/working, and too often in body […]

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