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Summer of Discontent

Every year as summer approaches, I feel my emotions go flat, as if weighed down by the hot and humid mid-Atlantic air that ushers in the season. 436 more words


Snail - I: Rest

“…we are rested when we let things alone and let ourselves alone, to do what we do best, breathe as the body intended us to breathe, to walk as we were meant to walk, to live with the rhythm of a house and a home, giving and taking through cooking and cleaning.” – David Whyte…

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The vessel- a short story by Daisy Willows

“What is this ban on abortion—it is a survival of the veiled face, of the barred window and the locked door, burning, branding, mutilation, stoning, of all the grip of ownership and superstition come down on woman, thousands of years ago.”  1,660 more words


Just another day

I’m anxious today. I think it’s a work thing. Tomorrow is the company picnic. It’ll probably rain but at least I don’t have to do real work. 99 more words

CBT | Let's Be Assertive

People can be placed into three categories; Assertive, Passive or Aggressive. With each trait, there’s pros and cons, but to be assertive is the ideal. 968 more words

Mental Health


Compare, compare, compare. Why do we constantly feel the need to compare ourselves to certain people or standards? It can’t be denied that comparison is somewhat of a social instinct, and can even help personal growth. 498 more words


Response to "What's Wrong with the LDS Church" – Why Those Who Believe(d) Speak Out

In her post “What’s Wrong with the LDS Church” Fat N’ Fitness blogger Kyli Summerhays has some things to say about misconceptions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 1,041 more words