a beginner’s guide to composting (a.k.a. worm farm)

Recently, my worm friends (family) have been doing rather well, and I've been getting some questions about where I got my supplies and how I started. I'm going to link some of the products that have worked for me and to go over some basic info to know how to get rolling. Strap on your … Continue reading a beginner’s guide to composting (a.k.a. worm farm)

Daunte Wright and my thesis on American race relations

I feel uneasy writing or posting things that aren't centered around this basic fact: black Americans are being disproportionately broken by the way things are. I am not going to pretend like I know anything about the real impact the events of recent history have made on my fellow countrymen. I am uncomfortably but undoubtedly … Continue reading Daunte Wright and my thesis on American race relations

come take this poll

As always, I need some guidance moving forward with this blog. I am immensely proud of the work I've published so far and the strides I've made thanks to this most therapeutic of practices, but I want to continue to excite and engage my readership. Feel free to suggest anything!

please seek professional help if you are hurting (or maybe if you’re not)

I've somehow found myself in the very fortunate position of being someone to whom people reach out for advice every once in a while, and I want to take on that role as humbly and responsibly as possible. I've received a great deal of anonymous comments from readers, ranging from the kindest thanks to the … Continue reading please seek professional help if you are hurting (or maybe if you’re not)

nature talk

Historically, I haven't been one to pursue outdoor activities. I'm much more of a be-stationary-in-one-place-for-hours-on-end type gal. I love reading a good book and drinking good coffee. I'm a student, so I'm required to be indoors doing work for the majority of my life. It wasn't until fall of 2020 that I realized how restorative … Continue reading nature talk