When the walls of my life seemed to be crumbling in on me from every angle, I knew someone would pay. That someone was usually me.
The ideal way to stack nachos, proactive steps for a Trumpian world, getting compensation from airlines, some important ketchup info and more!
This month, we’re looking at your coming year in queer love: how you’ll be able to grow, where you’ll be able to heal, and where you can hold the faith and keep the dream alive. Here’s your roadmap to how to love yourself better this year, and show up for the ones you love — whether that’s your committed life partner or your an international network of queer communities.
I refuse to make a New Year’s resolution. I can’t buy into that idea anymore, because I know it only sets me up for failure.
Make a ton of quesadillas, drink mulled wine, write in a guided journal by the light of a Himalayan salt lamp and more!
How can one negative feeling send a whole day into disarray? Why do feelings like worthlessness seem to snowball? How do I stop this?
Winterizing your car, standing up to bigotry, craft beer pairings, IKEA furniture and more!
Feelings about feelings: How do they work and why are they so awful?
“What a strange way to end the year. How strange to talk of personal love, right now, as though we can separate it out from love for everyone who is suffering and endangered. But queer love can and must encompass that—what are we here for if not to create new ways of loving, new communities of care, and a world with less repression and hatred?”
Calling your reps, figuring out what kind of shirt you’re wearing, making babies laugh, saving money, a Wonder Woman tiara, and more!
Hope is light, hope is all that is good, hope is what keeps humans alive when all other circumstances say they should be dead. So why was I so afraid of this life-giving feeling?
So, you’re spending Thanksgiving 2016 alone. I’m here to let you know that spending Thanksgiving alone is not only just fine, it’s also damn fun.
A post-election processing and planning podcast! You sent your questions and we’ve got some answers, and feelings.
Let’s all help each other and ourselves this week.
Coping is a huge part of our lives and we all have our schemes, whether they’re conscious or not. In this particularly troubling time, it’s more important than ever.
Here’s what you do: write “I’m Gay” (or trans or bi or queer or whatever) on a piece of paper and put it inside an Easter Egg for the Easter Egg Hunt. Someone at your family gathering will find it, and it will lead to mass confusion as everyone tries to figure out who the “I” is referring to in the note. Now your Easter party is a Mystery party!
The best tarot readings begin with clear, genuine intentions and empowered, positive questions. Here are some tips to help you approach your cards with integrity.
When you tap into your sensitivity, you’ll know immediately when something’s harmful (whether that’s a controlling person or a toxic chemical), you’ll trust what your gut is telling you, and you’ll be able to help others with your insights and awareness.
Plants in a jar, shopping around for health insurance, building credit, and most importantly voting!!
What the attachments that come with your vacuum cleaner do, friendship breakups, better ramen, getting dogs to fall in love with you and more.