Lies Society Tells Us: Vulnerability is (NOT) Weakness

When I first started guiding Boyfriend through the process of Supporting A Partner With An Eating Disorder, he struggled with expressing the softness I needed during times of stress and frustration. Navigating anorexia recovery and major depression and general anxiety disorder comes with a lot of feelings, and I come…

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On Scarcity Culture: The Never Enoughs

I’m going to start by saying I suck at vulnerability. Everything I talk about in this series is something I am actively working on (and often failing at), because the concept of “daring greatly” is hard. Challenging cultural norms that encourage you to stay submerged in your deficiencies is exhausting,…

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Join the Conversation: Social Media as a Professional Resource

I have returned with some more junior adulting insights! This time, I’m going to talk about how social media functions in a professional sense and what I’ve learned about getting the most out of your social strategy. It can be tricky to find the balance between the “professional” and “social”…

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Junior Adulting: Cultivating My Digital Identity

As a freelance web consultant, I help clients develop (or strengthen) a digital identity. This means designing and writing for portfolio websites, determining what work to showcase, integrating social media platforms—it means bringing together any and all of my client’s digital identities into one holistic brand.

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