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Diet and Health, Healthy Habits Everyday, Uncategorized

Minimum Baseline May

During the month of April, the Facebook group I moderate called “Healthy Habits Everyday” took on a challenge called “Taking Action April” where everyday participants did one thing on their to-do list that they just didn’t feel like doing in order to transform our feeling resistance toward daily tasks. This month, we’re going to tackle… Continue reading Minimum Baseline May

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Donation Lists, Uncategorized

Muslim Advocacy and Anti-Islamophobia Groups You Can Give To

After Friday's horrific events in Christchurch, New Zealand, I am reminded that Islamophobia knows no borders. I don't care what your personal political beliefs, if people (whether Christian, Jewish, Muslim, atheist, or otherwise) being slaughtered during the vulnerable time of coming together as a community doesn't disturb the hell out of you, I despair of… Continue reading Muslim Advocacy and Anti-Islamophobia Groups You Can Give To

Diet and Health, food prep

Meal Prep: Basic and Easy Edition

I'm headed into an incredibly busy six weeks and am going to have to think a little more strategically about my meal preps beginning next weekend. On the docket this week: After work I have two rehearsals for two different projects and the Rogue Festival Muse Reveal one evening. So that means planning for some… Continue reading Meal Prep: Basic and Easy Edition

Books, Entertainment, Television

The ‘A’ stands for Anxiety: Anne with an E

Okay, so. . . I finally started watching Anne with an E yesterday. Totally late to the party, I didn't think I'd have anything new to say about it. I got through four episodes and had to take a break. I've been thinking about it all last night and this morning, working out why I… Continue reading The ‘A’ stands for Anxiety: Anne with an E