I started my worry journal 5 years ago right around the time I was stressing over two life-altering experiences that would have been stressful enough on their own – producing my first play and dating again after a break-up. I worried that I sucked in […]
I’ve never been one of those people who notices much of a difference in how I feel because of what I eat. (Except for too much caffeine or chocolate cake for breakfast; sadly, that difference cannot be ignored.) For instance, I’m not vegan anymore, but […]
In celebration of International Women’s Day, I devoted much of mine to finally editing and uploading to Pinterest 64 pics of the best signs (and crowd shots) I saw at Women’s March Los Angeles. I hope this collection makes you feel as good about both of […]
My good friend Danny Pulley went to the Women’s March in Washington. I sat down with Danny a few days after she got back to ask her about why she marched, the DC experience, and how she talks to her students about it (she’s a Los Angeles public school teacher).
We also talked about how to respond to women who criticize the marches, as this was something I saw from a couple of my own friends on Facebook. This piece starts with how I handled that.
Read it now on The Huffington Post: Female Friends United and Divided Over Women’s March and Trump.