As a kid, I did sports And by “did sports”, I mean I appeased my parents. Practice after practice I sat there and tried to just get through it. I hated the beating hot sun and the testosterone-filled, over enthusiastic boys … Continue reading You’re Exercising Wrong
I looked at my computer screen and my thoughts raced. They crashed into one another, fighting for attention. I swallowed hard. Continued typing. Smiling, but only to hide a scream. It was a game. A game of desperation. It wasn’t … Continue reading Take Left Turns
It’s hard not to remember the beginning of Snapchat. It was Sophmore year. Most people had a smartphone at that point. For hours we would sit around, eyes glued to our screens, snapping pictures to people right next to us. … Continue reading Why I Quit Snapchat
Well, mostly. For much of my young life, clutter was normalized. You’d see it in drawers scattered throughout the house, tucked away in shoe closets or scrunched up in the bottoms of bags. Like most families, we always thought … Continue reading I Got Rid of Everything
Every day I get up and I do a few quick things: Drink what feels like a gallon of water. Meditate in bed without my legs falling asleep. Check Medium. Well, after coffee. Each new morning scroll on Medium brings … Continue reading Self-Help Articles Won’t Fix You
Within a few moments, I was pissed off. I couldn’t believe what I was reading. The Dangers Of Celebrities Romanticizing Poverty For privileged stars, it pays to pose as poor.theestablishment.co My day was going so well. I came upon this … Continue reading That’s not Minimalism. This is.
When we’re young our parents tell us we can do anything. People on TV say that whatever we put our mind to we can achieve. Oprah tells us that we can’t be held down by what others think. We’re all … Continue reading “I could never do that” is bullsh*t.