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Inspired by the tragic Joy Lane massacre.   No gods, no prophets, No masters, no slaves; At the end of the day, No reason to pray. Terror in cities, Terror on planes; Have we all gone insane? "Can you say, 'Joy Lane'?"    

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What a Vegan Eats in a Week – Part I

nutritious. tasty. affordable. ethical. PART I: BREAKFAST // BRUNCH This is an example of a week of vegan breakfasts and brunches.  [It isn't necessarily a "this is how every vegan should eat" post, rather a "this is how I eat" post.] This is something I typically eat on cooler mornings, perhaps before a jog or workout.  I prefer an especially filling breakfast on … Continue reading What a Vegan Eats in a Week – Part I

Introverted Intellect: A Double Edged Sword

"Don’t loaf and invite inspiration; light out after it with a club, and if you don’t get it you will none the less get something that looks remarkably like it. Set yourself a 'stint,' and see that you do that 'stint' each day; you will have more words to your credit at the end of … Continue reading Introverted Intellect: A Double Edged Sword

Shameless braless-ness ; And why it matters

Bras certainly have their place in civilized society, but so many people don't realize how often they can (and should) go braless. A heavy chest often needs support, and even smaller chests need support at times (usually when exercise is involved).  However, I for one believe that more women (all women actually) should question why … Continue reading Shameless braless-ness ; And why it matters

300 word essay – Why I Appreciate My Life At All Times

The current US average lifespan is seventy-six years for men and eighty-one years for women.  The earth is currently about four and a half billion years old.  Moral being, our lives are but a miniscule footnote on the timeline of the universe’s existence.  Nothing reminds me to appreciate this tiny window of time called life … Continue reading 300 word essay – Why I Appreciate My Life At All Times

Simple Practices for Enhanced Wellbeing

Some practices I've implemented into my routine that I have found particularly effective. Oil Swishing.  Swishing with coconut oil for fifteen to twenty minutes daily (or often) results in whiter teeth and improved oral health.  The oil lifts stains out of teeth and pulls microbes (aka toxins) out of the mouth and gums like a magnet, … Continue reading Simple Practices for Enhanced Wellbeing