For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a writer. Not professionally, but in quiet moments in my room, on airplanes, and in birthday cards. I got a degree in English Lit, which for
In this month’s Teen Vogue Hillary Clinton offers some pretty solid advice in a letter to her teenage self, including this classic bit of mom-wisdom: “Always send thank-you notes.” I voted for this woman twice so
Tapping into our cycles can mean a competitive advantage in our careers, productivity, decision-making, and time management skills.
After many months of trying to book a night at the Joshua Tree House, I finally had the pleasure of staying there last year. Based on the success of this gorgeous Airbnb spot I assumed the owners were living
After five years of traveling and living in other people’s homes, I’m shifting into stick-around mode. My name’s on a lease. I love my bed. I have no plans to leave the country for…well,
What is the sensibility of trying to do all of it—careers, relationships, sex, family, the whole shebang—on terms that were not written with women in mind in the first place?
“What took her so long? Why didn’t she just leave? She had it coming for being so stupid.”
MOTHERSHIP; sexual awakenings, shamans and (re)igniting feminism
Stepping into womanhood meant no longer acting like a little girl. Assuming full responsibility meant no longer acting like a victim.