Tags » Humankind

Human diversity is as breathtaking

mysterious and intriguing

as my first encounter with the world underneath Tulum

The profound debt of human lives

as layered as the debt of the deepest cenote… 21 more words

Ethnography

My Brush Pile

I semi-fled. Or retreated. Up the staircase. I plopped myself down with my back against the door. I stared out the window at a gigantic swaying tree. 586 more words

Chronic Disease

3 New Cleansers + 3 Full reviews (ft. Garnier, 23 years old & human + kind)

Cleansers, they are probably the most important first step in a cleansing routine. They are the ones to help wash off all the dirt on our skin leaving it prepped and ready to absorb the rest of our skincare routine. 973 more words

#beauty

and you go on..

Walking on the streets, if you don’t receive a smile then at least GIVE A SMILE to someone,

if you can’t inspire someone with your work then at least GET INSPIRED, 217 more words

Human

Beyond Punta Cana

By Sharlene Gandhi

The Dominican Republic is exactly as you would expect a Caribbean island to be: picture-perfect blue seas, bachata tunes and locals who’ll start dancing before you’ve even asked them to. 1,302 more words

Humankind

Judgementals.

“Have you taken your tablet?” Or “Are you still taking your tablets?” – I hate hearing that.

I got prescribed 10mg Lexapro tablets a few months ago for anxiety, at the time they really helped. 259 more words

Cream of Mushroom Soup

I vividly remember being an elementary school aged kid desperately searching the cabinets for canned goods. In the morning rush, before catching the bus,

“Ahhhhh! It’s the last day of the CANNED FOOD DRIVE!” 549 more words

Faith