Advice · Mental Health · womens health

The Art of Taking Care of Yourself: For When You Can’t or Don’t Want To

I know exactly how you feel. As I type this I’m lying in bed overthinking, feeling overwhelmed by life and everything in it, and just wanting it all to stop. In The Future, a poem by Neil Hilborn, suicide is described as “a glowing exit sign”. Since I heard that term three years ago it… Continue reading The Art of Taking Care of Yourself: For When You Can’t or Don’t Want To

Advice · Mental Health · womens health

The Art of Taking Care of Yourself: Treat Yo Self (Right)

I admit just a few years ago I was more like Ben than Donna or Tom on Parks and Recreation when it came to taking care of #1. I didn’t really buy myself anything except for when I needed new socks (and even then I’d talk myself back and forth about it). I didn’t listen… Continue reading The Art of Taking Care of Yourself: Treat Yo Self (Right)

feminism · Social Justice · violence against women · womens health

On the “Not all Men” Movement

Being a woman is really something special. We are magic; we are divine creatures made up of tenacity and spirit. I have grown to feel a special sort of kindredness towards the women that I know and meet. Despite our age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and religion (or a lack thereof), we are all part of… Continue reading On the “Not all Men” Movement

Social Justice · Uncategorized · womens health

I’m a Nasty Woman, and I Support Late Term Abortions

2016 will be the first presidential election where I am informed enough to vote… so, with that in mind, I watched the third and final presidential debate yesterday. Although there are many things worth discussing, I feel that the most pressing matter in my eyes is women’s rights. I am a 24 year old single… Continue reading I’m a Nasty Woman, and I Support Late Term Abortions

Mental Health · womens health

Nexplanon: The Year I Lost My S**T

Recently, several articles have been published on the possibility of Birth Control being linked to depression. If you are considering any method of birth control I recommend doing intense research. I can tell you that 2 years ago, I did not. That is how I spent an entire year in hormone hell. My first thought… Continue reading Nexplanon: The Year I Lost My S**T