It went like this:
I woke up, went to work, and printed my screenplay with the remaining printing balance on my school account. I thought that I’d hop on Pinterest (since my stuff was taking the gestational period of an elephant to actually print) and what do I see? I see this: Continue reading This Picture is Not Okay
12:00 AM – Hassleholm Station, Sweden
Someone has filled my table seat with all his shopping bags. *cue Christina Perri* Who do you think you are? Sleeping in crowded cars? I’ll hit you with your guitar…now say au revoir…
9:00 AM – Stockholm Airport
The desk attendant is talking in circles. “I think I got everything but repeat it all over again just to make sure. I wasn’t listening.”
1:00 PM – London to Chicago
The last bit of light in my soul is extinguished. They do not have a vegan meal for me.
My stomach. It cries. Continue reading Getting Home on 72 Hours of No Sleep: Why Airports are Satan
Let’s talk about privilege.
It’s going to make some people uncomfortable, but it’s time to iron out the basics. It won’t be going anywhere otherwise and we desperately need the space to talk about it.Progress is slow and feminism is finally shining in the spotlight, but feminism is not just about women. Continue reading The Wonderful (and Necessary) World of Intersectionality
This is going to be a very controversial article, but it’s one I’ve wanted to write for a while. I’m typically told that I’ve lost my mind and dived a little too deeply into social justice, which I don’t think is actually possible, but I digress. Continue reading Making a Case for Animals
I’d like to talk about this virginity and whore complex thing that’s been going on for at least a couple hundred years (cue sarcasm). As much as I’d like to rant on and on, I’m going to keep this short and sweet because the message that we should all be receiving is exactly that. There are no frills and no footnotes. Continue reading Where Our Bodies Have Been
I realize that I’m a little late on the bandwagon and know that this movie has gotten a ridiculous amount of praise, so I guess I’m going to have to be the unpopular one. Continue reading Blue is the Warmest Lesbian Movie Filmed Through a Heterosexual Male Lens
It’s time to reclaim the word ‘feminism’.
And I don’t mean by plastering it on mugs and t-shirts and tattooing it on our foreheads. By ‘reclaim’, I mean that the time has come for people to shout out what the term truly means and stop all the man-hating nonsense that most people think it is. Feminism isn’t about women stomping on men while we raise our fists to the sky. Continue reading You Might Be Feminist…You Just Don’t Know It
Nori and collard wraps are incredibly easy to make, you just have to put in the effort! With added protein, they’re filling, nutritious, and easy to pack for lunch or roadtrips. I love how versatile they are because if I’m packing them for trips, I can appease just about anyone who isn’t opposed to vegetables. Continue reading Vegan/Gluten-Free Nori and Collard Wraps
It’s a word that ignites fear and excitement in the heart of every family, big or small. They have the capability of turning into miraculous bonding experiences or Satan’s idea of the ultimate birthday gift. Continue reading Going Soulo: Roadtripping!!
This post is a bit shorter than my other travel posts, and for good reason! When you travel, either a few states or a few oceans away, your makeup routine should be streamlined. It is a pain to drag around a make-up case filled with everything under the sun. Continue reading Going Soulo: Simplify Your War Paint