Photo by Eslee for Anne Sage As previously seen on Wit & DelightIf summer is about urging ourselves to slow down—spending carefree afternoons whiling away time outdoors in the sun—then giving into spells of boredom is one of the best...
This is my love letter to all of the tiny apartments that have saved our lives. I moved into my first apartment alone when I was twenty-four. She was 400-square feet, nearly the size of a walk-in fridge, and when I...
Image Courtesy of @raquelbenedict.ai on Instagram I wouldn’t say I’m exactly a picture of positive habits. I bite my nails and buy $5 americanos. I’m clumsy and forgetful, and regularly skip breakfast in favor of rushing to work at 7...
Happy twenty nineteen, folks. The confetti from our New Year’s celebrations has effectively settled now that it’s February. The festive sheen of whatever resolutions we did or did not set has maybe, probably, in all likelihood, vanished. And here in...
Photo Courtesy of Carolina Rodríguez for The Everygirl Summer, it seems, is making me nostalgic. The season of possibility, spontaneity, and play has me spending my days more leisurely, more relaxed, more aware and connected. The season of travel, gatherings,...
I used to feel proud of how much I worried. I kind of wore it like a badge of honor—I was always one step ahead of any disaster that could strike. If things got too calm, I would create...
It was a clear, warm night last summer when I took a long walk around my neighborhood, phone to ear, and opened up to a friend about how I’d been feeling of late (“of late” being the prior 3...
Why I started talking about my chronic illness online Too many of us have stories of doctors not believing our pain, years spent being misdiagnosed, and struggles in accessing the care...
The first doctor to take my pelvic pain seriously wasn’t a gyno, but a talk therapist Too many of us have stories of doctors not believing our pain, years spent being...
Image Courtesy of Danny G via Unsplash.com “People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.” – Winnie the Pooh My therapist would get a good laugh at the thought of me writing this. Me, doing nothing? That’s funny.The...
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