What good is our work when we’re building it off of a shaky foundation? We have to go inward, and do our own internal “werk” before we put major focus on what we produce and put out into the world. This means creating internal inquiry, challenging selflimiting beliefs, changing our narratives, and diving below the waterline to elevate personal well-being.
Environmental Intersectionality: Why This Conversation Matters
It starts with trusting communities who know they can harness our planet’s gifts without harming it.
Are They Toxic? Or Are They Human?
There’s a difference between putting up boundaries and putting up walls, and the latter is what breaks relationships.
How to Feel Empowered Through an Abundant Mindset
Adopting this way of thinking is an act of generosity to ourselves and others.
Redefining Immunity and Expanding into Sustainable Wellbeing
Exploring deep listening, empowered nourishment, and giving to self so that we can give back to others.
What's Actually Activating Through Your Activism?
How to honor the ‘doing’ to ‘being’ process, and finding your truth on the way.
The Evolution of Self-Care in BIPOC Communities
Self-care is an act of kindness that should be neither radical nor regulated.
Finding Your Voice Amongst the Uprisings
How to apply your individual skills towards the collective better.
How to Elevate Eating at Home
5 daily rituals to transform dining from necessity to rite.
Don’t Think You Can Meditate? Try the Shower
Make the most of your time in the shower to stop center yourself.
Before You Say You’re “Zoomed Out”
How our new, Zoom-mediated world has bred within us the skills we’ll need to flourish.
How to Mindfully Approach Money During a Pandemic
Navigating finances through society’s current state of trauma starts with a holistic approach.
Give Your Pantry a Second Chance: Redefining the Way You Cook While in Quarantine (Part II)
Why we can continue to show up for ourselves and others through the way we cook, even amidst the uncertainty.
Body Hair During Quarantine
Six women weigh in on the wild and woolly world of shaving, trimming, and lack thereof.
Give Your Pantry a Second Chance: Redefining the Way You Cook While in Quarantine (Part I)
Reclaiming the hobby as the highest form of self-care in the new normal of 2020.
Harnessing a powerful tool to help us manifest our deepest desires.
Shopping in a State of Fear
How advertising is weaponized to take advantage of our greatest insecurities.
Being Sad Doesn’t Mean You’re Ungrateful
Yes, you can be grateful for your blessings and feel sad, angry or anxious sometimes, too.