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What Being Embodied Really Looks Like

What Being Embodied Really Looks Like

K. So you know about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, right? That pyramid that has physiological/safety issues at its base, and self actualization at its peak? The pyramid that you saw it for the first time and thought, “I don’t need to worry about the bottom bits. I have privilege, extra virgin olive oil, thread counts,Continue Reading

Tips + Tricks for Savvy Introverts Part 2: Recovery

Tips + Tricks for Savvy Introverts Part 2: Recovery

SO YOU LEFT THE HOUSE AND TALKED TO OTHER PEOPLE. Best case scenario, you had an amazing time that exceeded your expectations and reminded you that going out into the world can be a richly rewarding experience! Worst case scenario, you never want to leave the house again. Last week I posted a bunch ofContinue Reading

TGFI (Thank God For Internet): vol 14

TGFI (Thank God For Internet): vol 14

We are not only what we eat, we are all that we consume. We are so fortunate to have so much information available, but discernment in what we feed our brains is paramount to producing good ideas, and to being open enough to understanding the experiences of others.  So here is where I hope to serve yourContinue Reading

Tips + Tricks For Savvy Introverts: Part 1 Social Situations

Tips + Tricks For Savvy Introverts: Part 1 Social Situations

Summer in Portland has twice the light hours as winter.   Okay, I don’t know if that’s a fact. I could look it up, but switching brain hemispheres sounds like a lot. So I’m sticking with TWICE AS MUCH. A  lovely, crisp, mountainous, and absurdly temperate atmosphere descends on the city. Everyone here wants toContinue Reading

TGFI (Thank God For Internet): vol 13

TGFI (Thank God For Internet): vol 13

  We are not only what we eat, we are all that we consume. We are so fortunate to have so much information available, but discernment in what we feed our brains is paramount to producing good ideas, and to being open enough to understanding the experiences of others.  So here is where I hope to serveContinue Reading

Room To Breathe. Permission To Grieve.

Room To Breathe. Permission To Grieve.

In high school in Spokane, Washington, our friend Gabe went missing one night after a party. He was last seen stumbling towards home in a soft snowfall, lightly blanketing the yards, the leftover jack-o-lanterns, collecting on the tops of mailboxes. The snow fell for days after, accumulating thick and high around our boots, clinging toContinue Reading

Invitation to Overhaul Your Definition of Hunger

Invitation to Overhaul Your Definition of Hunger

“We don’t want to be thin because thinness is inherently life-affirming or lovable or healthy. If this were true, there would be no tribes in Africa in which women are fat and regal and long-lived. There would be no history of matriarchies in which women’s fecundity and sheer physical abundance were worshiped.  We want toContinue Reading

Peace Over Perfection

Peace Over Perfection

    Next to parenting, writing is the hardest thing I do. I struggle it. I suffer it. It takes me hours and sometimes days to gag out a post.   Most of my idols are prolific writers. Those writers who say they can’t *not* write. I recently read this article about when Gabriel GarciaContinue Reading

TGFI (Thank God For Internet): vol 12

TGFI (Thank God For Internet): vol 12

We are not only what we eat, we are all that we consume. We are so fortunate to have so much information available, but discernment in what we feed our brains is paramount to producing good ideas, and to being open enough to understanding the experiences of others.  So here is where I hope to serve yourContinue Reading

Missing Feudalism: An LSD Story About Taking It Easy On Yourself

Missing Feudalism: An LSD Story About Taking It Easy On Yourself

  I was eighteen years old and tripping balls on LSD when, curled up in the deep Oregon woods, moss so bright it sang green acapella, a friend and I came up with this:   “There’s a time to go deep and a time just to look at things.”   Embarrassing how profound we thoughtContinue Reading

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