My Quest for a Fat-Friendly Doctor

You are doing the best you can. Other people's problematic beliefs about what it means to try hard and be healthy have no bearing on what you are doing for yourself. You do not have to do yoga, eat kale, go gluten free, or get acupuncture in order to be worthy of rest, nourishment, and the accommodations you need to get through your day. Your weight is not an indicator of your health — and also, your health is not an indicator of your VALUE AS A PERSON.

Young Environmentalists Are the Key to Addressing Climate Change

Photo by John Cameron on Unsplash By the end of this blog, I want you to share it with at least one eligible student who you thought of while reading! Teen environmentalists have been making waves in recent years. Greta Thunberg, a 17-year-old Swedish environmentalist, address the UN Climate Change Conference in 2018 and inspired … Continue reading Young Environmentalists Are the Key to Addressing Climate Change

The Dos & Don’ts of Online Clothing Shopping: How to Avoid Returns & Scams

In the time of COVID, lots more people are shopping online for their needs rather than going to a store, and even if you do shop in person, there are limits to the availability of fitting rooms and returns might be impossible. If you're staying inside but still find yourself in need of new clothes, … Continue reading The Dos & Don’ts of Online Clothing Shopping: How to Avoid Returns & Scams

[Transcript] Lakewood Public Library Author Talk: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation

Hello readers! I recently recorded a Meet the Author talk at a local library. It was so much fun and I loved being able to add a little more about current events that obviously weren't covered in the book that was published a little over a year ago. You can watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TCjBlzc7PAContinue reading [Transcript] Lakewood Public Library Author Talk: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation