Jessica made a choice. Now, with all eyes on an imminent Supreme Court appointment & how it may affect Roe v Wade, she’s making a choice to share her story.
You signed up on a lark. But now, you’re kinda locked in. Don’t worry. You got this. This is how you run your first marathon.
Grandma survived 90+ years and the Holocaust. Now, she takes on her grandson’s nail-biting habit the way only a grandma can.
Part-poetry, part-prose. Part self-love, part self-hatred. Part-understanding, part-confusion. This is what it’s truly like to look at oneself and be honest.
We tell kids “don’t talk to strangers” to keep them safe. But at her aunt’s company picnic, a stranger talked to Kelaine, and she never forgot the message.
When it comes to first impressions and online dating, they can’t all be winners. Erin shares 25 of the opening lines she’s tried on Bumble.
Change is hard, even when it’s necessary and planned. But this process of metamorphosis is essential and leads to growth.
What is a white man’s duty in learning about the Black American experience? It all starts with the stories we tell ourselves.
NARCISSISM ALERT. A piece about finding love(s) in a weird world of dating apps, words, and self-description. But still. We found love in a hopeless place.