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walking alone

Today, I went on a hike by myself. And I realized something: that typically, whenever I do this, I’m depending on someone else to help me find the way. Whether I’m walking with a group, or following a dependable paved trail, someone is aiding me. Someone is making me feel safe so I don’t have…

wild weeds, wild women

Weeds are a mystical sort of thing. Most people want to pull them up out of their gardens immediately, piece by piece. They’re a nuisance. A distraction. Uninvited, untamed, and ultimately unwanted. But what most people don’t see is that if you let them go, if you let them flourish as they are, they become…

the truth about rebrands

“I think I might want to pierce my nose,” were the unexpected words I spoke out loud this past Sunday morning. “I don’t like needles, I’m scared of the commitment, and I don’t even have my ears pierced, but I’ve always secretly wanted to pierce my nose. It just feels right. Is that weird?” Weird,…