Tag: community

Tell People to Do Their Jobs

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Episode 7: Let’s not cut Each Other Off

Check out my episode “Episode 7: Self-Care Shouldn’t Alienate Anyone” from WithLoveFromRebelAllianceFiresideChats on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/withloverebel/episodes/Episode-7-Self-Care-Shouldnt-Alienate-Anyone-e28vkr

Self-care Shouldn’t be Cutting Us Off from Community

Does it sort of feel like everyone’s life is a bit of a mess right now? That’s because life is messy. We’ve reached this weird transitional stage where everyone’s life is both deadly serious and incredibly chaotic. It’s easy in the chaos to focus on ourselves and try to ignore everyone else and if I

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Episode 4: Don’t be scared of these douchebags and assholes

Check out my episode “Episode 4: Dehumanization: Don’t be scared!” from WithLoveFromRebelAllianceFiresideChats on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/withloverebel/episodes/Episode-4-Dehumanization-Dont-be-scared-e24dje

Updates and Some Quick Thoughts on Friendship and Gender, with ALL the Love, Of Course

Am working on several other projects/still recovering/life is a mess so may have a break in writing longer essays while I submit things and work on bigger projects, but wanted to quickly round up some thoughts I have about things women need to do to support each other: 1) We have got to start talking

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Love like our Lives Depend on it

I hate competing, even in when I’m good at things, for a reason. I’d sooner let someone take the stage than take the stage myself. If you hand me the microphone, I’m handing it off as quickly as possible. My goal as a teacher was for my kids to not need me. I’ve mastered the

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Community, Community, Community is Going to be my new Mantra

I’ve been thinking a lot about the way we approach community, and each other. This generation feels isolated, disconnected. Are we really alone in this struggle? The enormity of the struggle seems real, even my rich friends with good jobs can’t afford rent. We judge our friends who struggle and whose lives aren’t picture perfect

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