Location: The United States Of America Year: 2017 Central conflict: "Is access to affordable health care a right or a privilege?" Honestly, y'all. Honestly. You know those memes about white girls who can't even? That's me these days. I am a white girl -- nay! A white woman. And I can't even. See, I was raised … Continue reading In Sickness And In Health
The Collie, The Switch, And The Wardrobe
Guys. Let's talk about moving. Not moving on, just moving your stuff. From one location to another. It's hard. It's awful. It's one of those things that borders on impossible, until it's finished. Then you inevitably forget how terrible it all was and repeat the process again, a few years down the road. If you … Continue reading The Collie, The Switch, And The Wardrobe
Living Authentically In A #LiveAuthentic World
Knowing yourself is hard. And by "knowing yourself," I mean more than just casually being aware of your likes and dislikes; it's not a passing acknowledgement of what makes you tick. Really knowing yourself is dirty work. It's raw and gritty and sometimes uncomfortable. We have to pointedly experience the things that bring us joy, as … Continue reading Living Authentically In A #LiveAuthentic World
Volleyball PTSD. It’s A Thing.
This is how my game went. It's cool, Bella. I get you. Tonight I (very, very graciously) stepped in and played volleyball on a friend's intramural team. They were short on their token girls and I guess I came to mind simply because I'm always workin' on muh fitness. HOWEVER, I was not a good … Continue reading Volleyball PTSD. It’s A Thing.