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Parkland survivor and student Aalayah Eastmond testified against Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh with a harrowing retelling of the February 14 school shooting, calling for stricter gun policy.
I'll stop there. Just know you are loved. <3 Sofia Rose Smith is a queer feminist writer, channel, intuitive guide and coach
On any given day, I'm struggling to achieve my word count: 600 polished words. That's what I aim for, daily, in my writer
If more is not working for us then we have to be open to the idea that something else will. That something else leads to us to less.
In a study conducted by the UK company Gocompare.com, researchers found that the average woman has more than 19 pairs of shoes and spends more than U.S. $25,000 during her lifetime on shoes.
More is not working, it's not the answer we seek. Having one TV in a home can be enough, rather than one in each room. We
What would it feel like to remind yourself about what you've achieved in a week? What's made you smile... Made you laugh... How you've helped others...what you're proud of and ultimately what's made you happy?
Dear Mom in the Waiting Room, I didn't see you at first. What I noticed as we walked in was a young, laughing girl spinning around with a stuffed animal at the end of her outstretched arms. She had that kind of pure laugh that made me smile just hearing it.
It's a word that's used to engage your self-doubt and cloud your own judgement about who and what you truly are and the gifts only you can bring to this world.
I'd been living my life waiting for the right moment to get in the game. Thinking that somehow, some day, I'd magically know how to do things the right way and avoid all possible embarrassment or failure. Of course, I was wrong.
Here is my truth. I. Am. Enough. I have been and will always be enough. Instead of spending all of this energy on being someone I am not, I can rest in the fact that I am Erin, and I am enough.
The world we live in today is open. Yet most people still have the same conversations with the same people and wonder why nothing changes. It is those who don't want to be like everyone else who are often misunderstood by a society where conformity is the norm.
In February 2006, I started over with an empty refrigerator, two children, two months of outstanding mortgage payments and $120.00.
Imagine a world where we respected our time as much as we did money. Time is so precious that every year we celebrate our birthdays with joy and love. And often, presents. But as we get older, there is a generation of people who are starting to value experiences more than gifts.
"Not to be all 'vulnerable'," we'd say with air quotes and then relay some vague truth about our lives or feelings. It was a tactic to avoid the messy emotions roiling beneath our skin, mostly asking, "Am I enough?"
If there's one thing that this apparent lack has taught me over and over again throughout the past year, it is simply this: Whether I recognize it or not, "enough" is already right here, in this very moment.
Much like her former paramour Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez has been the butt of jokes regarding her acting skills ever since Gigli came out. In this week's release, Parker, she's returning to her roots (sort of).
A key to acquiring wealth is preventing living standards from rising along with income. Those who let their needs swell commensurately with their wallet never feel rich.