20 Facts About My Body

A couple months ago, YouTuber Cat Valdez posted a video in which she shared twenty facts about her body. From pointing out a mole on her eyelid to cellulite on her thighs, I found Cat’s nonchalant, “what’s-up-this-is-me” tone to be a total refresher from the everyday discourse on body image. And while I might not […]

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Owning It

Whenever I’m lacking inspiration, I love searching YouTube for interviews with some of my favorite creatives. It wasn’t exactly surprising, then, to find myself a few days ago curled up with a segment with one of my favorite authors, Roxane Gay. The program was mostly about Gay’s short story collection, Difficult Women (10/10 would recommend), […]

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What’s Your Default?

“In order to live a life you have not lived, you must do what you have not done.” When my yoga teacher started yesterday’s class with this quote, I knew I was in for a journey. As we flowed from side plank to chaturanga push-ups to Warrior 3 and back again, the instructor-cum-guru kept reiterating […]

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A Note About Body Image

A couple weeks ago, a blog I recently started reading featured a post titled something like “How to Get a Healthy Body Image.” Intrigued, I took a look, but, within minutes, I’d closed the tab. The top two tips, you see, implored the reader to “clean up” their eating habits and “sweat” regularly. The writer want […]

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Shroom Toast

As far as I’m concerned, toast is a food group of its own. In all my years of eating, I have yet to come across something that doesn’t taste good on crunchy bread, so I’m game to try any combination at this point (dying to try the mussels toast at this restaurant). Enter: shroom toast, or […]

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Bookshelf :: Spring

Even though there’s still another month before spring officially transitions into summer, today I figured now was a good a time as any to wrap up what I read this spring.

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Where I’m At With Blogging

It’s crazy to believe that I’m coming up on three years of blogging. Looking back, not only am I a different person in the literal sense- I was a rising sophomore then, I’m an almost-graduate now; I spent that summer riding horses and playing tennis, I’m spending this summer working- but I’ve also changed in […]

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