Anti-racism is a state of being, and more importantly, a state of doing. So, what are you doing?
A conversation about our personal plotlines and how we can write and direct them—even in this time of trauma, grief, and uncertainty.
It's been a year, hasn't it? As we usher in the next year (couldn't come soon enough) here are a few of the conversations with women we loved—actually, can we say we loved every article we published in 2020? Yes, but these will be definite re-reads in 2021.
"I do think this moment is different. I do believe that people are willing to engage on a deeper level while acknowledging that anti-racism is a lifelong journey. We are tasked at dismantling systems that have existed for centuries in this country. It is a marathon, not a sprint."
This holiday season, consider giving your time, energy and support (financial or not) to these worth organizations.
In all the stories we've told, we've amassed quite the collection of wisdom—especially pertaining to the intersection of change and circumstance. Here is a bit of advice to guide you on your journey.
"And while this process may not be 'effortless,' it is the means through which we can genuinely manifest lasting improvements in our life."
For the second in our meditation and mindfulness series, download a free mp3 file for a guided meditation and read an expert's guide to cultivating internal peace, simply by tuning into your personal truth.
Our new mindfulness expert, Vanessa Feils, equates finding your True Self to riding a bike: once you discover that sense of balance, you can always come back to it. Here's how to get there, with the help of an accessible meditation practice.