I talked about taking a break from advocacy and the stress of every day in my last post, and it’s something I continuously struggle with. For me, traveling has always been my way of letting go of the everyday and enjoying life. Now that I don’t have that, I’m having to find new ways of self-care. I’m intentionally carving in time for taking care of myself and thinking about my health. Here’s what I’m focusing on:
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Who else feels like our reality right now…totally sucks?! 2020 has been such a hard year and if I’m being completely honest, I’m not handling it well. I did ok with the quarantine at first, but now that I’m between homes (closing on July 24! Woohoo!), I have no safe haven. Then add to that […]
As we continue to fight for racial justice and equality, it’s important to continue learning (and unlearning!) and surrounding ourselves with different perspectives. While I’ve always had friends of all races and ethnicities, one thing that has also helped me understand the Black perspective a little bit more is watching shows by Black creators starring […]
Happy Juneteenth, yall! If you’re like most people in this country, you probably don’t know what Juneteenth is, or why it suddenly popped up on your calendar this year. Like most Black history, the significance of this date was never taught in schools. In fact, none of my Black friends I asked grew up celebrating […]
As I take a look back through my previous reading lists, I’m embarrassed to discover that I have one Black author listed. And of the hundreds of books I’ve read that I don’t share, there are very few Black authors. While I have read many authors that are not white (mostly Indian, Latinx, and Asian), the vast majority are white women – and I’m making a conscious effort to change that.