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Foods for Anxiety: What to Eat and Why

Foods for Anxiety: What to Eat and Why

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 […]

Happy International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day

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 […]

Female Friends United and Divided Over Women’s March and Trump

Female Friends United and Divided Over Women’s March and Trump

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.

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