Reading List: Early March 2019

Our pain, in the grand scheme of things is so small; yet when we face it, when we unpack it, and when we try to help others based upon our own experiences, it becomes powerful. And we heal.

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So What Does Self-Care Actually Mean? (And Other Reads)

Let’s talk about the importance of taking ourselves on dates.

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Why Are We Always Tired? (And Other Incredibly Introspective Articles)

What does this say about us—millennials and otherwise—if we’re too damn tired to really live the lives we’re creating?

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What We Lose (And Gain) In A Highly Digital World

I often find myself caught between wanting to enjoy the instantaneous interweb connections, and yet distance away from them in order to live a balanced life.

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‘Good Love Is Boring’ — Weekly Reading List

The top piece from this week’s reading list is called ‘Good Love Is Boring’ and talks about how the stereotypical ‘perfect’ love is perhaps not ideal.

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Finding Your Place In The Larger Conversation: Thoughts From This Week’s #ReadingList

Bionic arms, suicide, and women in Hollywood—just a few of this week’s reading topics.

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Redefining Womanhood & Whiteness (And More I’m Reading This Week)

From Sex and the City and feminism, to white coming of age stories and career advice, here is a list of what I’ve stumbled upon this week.

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Positive Self-Talk, Poop, And Psychology: What I’m Reading This Week

Learning to speak with self-kindness, articles about poop, and more in this week’s #readinglist.

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What I’m Reading This Week (5/14)

So apparently people are taking fake ‘professional’ photos in the aisles of craft stores (and more!) in this week’s reading list.

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