Stop Reading This.

I’ve started about a hundred blog posts about Black Lives Matter, and Pride month. None of them felt right. And it FINALLY dawned on me why. A a cis, straight, white woman, I have nothing to add to this conversation that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color) haven’t already been saying for hundreds and hundredsContinue reading “Stop Reading This.”

3 Easy Ways for Millennials to Prevent Work Burnout

Work burnout is an epidemic, particularly for high-achieving millennials. In a recent Gallup poll of 7,500 full-time workers, 23% reported feeling burned out “very often or always,” while 44% reported feeling burned out “sometimes.” Many millennials began prepping for college in high school. We were taught that we had to be above average student inContinue reading “3 Easy Ways for Millennials to Prevent Work Burnout”

How to Cope in a F*&!ed-Up Political Climate

“There is only one way to happiness, and that is to cease worrying about things which are beyond the power of our will.” -Epictetus Last week, Dr. Christine Ford testified against supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and both became nationwide subjects of scrutiny and judgement. Many people feel triggered, upset, angered, and saddened by theContinue reading “How to Cope in a F*&!ed-Up Political Climate”

5 Tell-Tale Signs of a Toxic Relationship

A toxic relationship is any connection that poisons your well-being, confidence and/or personal safety. Although most often toxic relationships are romantic or intimate partnerships, this dynamic also occurs in parent-child relationships, friendships, and other relationships. Toxic relationships can be difficult to identify. Often, even though you know the ‘toxic’ person in the relationship has problemsContinue reading “5 Tell-Tale Signs of a Toxic Relationship”