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My Birth Story: The Victorious Landing of Space Bunny

My Birth Story: The Victorious Landing of Space Bunny

  I had a tough birth: 60 hours of labor, and including an unplanned hospital stay. A friend, currently pregnant, told me she didn’t want to hear my story, for fear it would cloud her hopes for her own birth. While I understood and heeded her request, I want to be clear — I don’tRead on…

{r}evolutionary spotlight: guest post by Krysta Williams on self-awareness and friendship

{r}evolutionary spotlight: guest post by Krysta Williams on self-awareness and friendship

This is a guest post by my dear client, Krysta Williams, who is generously helping me keep the blog active while I get my bearings with this whole baby thing. (A birth story post is forthcoming). I love what Krysta has to say about self-awareness and friendship. Let me know your thoughts in the comments! IRead on…

Basking in My Zwischen

Basking in My Zwischen

  Some of you may know that I’m pregnant. Very pregnant. I’m due in just a couple of weeks, and I’m about to enter that state of waiting that nearly every mama goes through… that period when you can’t really plan anything, because you could go into labor at any moment. I hear it’s physicallyRead on…

Embracing Your Unconventionality

Embracing Your Unconventionality

  Going with the flow is not your style. It seems like you’re always doing things differently than everyone else around you — with your career, your family, the way you dress… And you’re not doing it just to be contrarian (though you may have been accused of that at some point). No, you doRead on…

Feeling Like a Fraud

Feeling Like a Fraud

  I’ve been trying to recall my first memory of feeling like a fraud. Perhaps it happened earlier, but the earliest recollection I’ve got was during my freshman year of high school. Most of my friends were much older than me (out of school entirely), but I did have some school peers, many of whichRead on…

In Pursuit of Perfect

In Pursuit of Perfect

I’ve been having the hardest time drafting this blog article. I keep starting and stopping. Getting up to do something else. Coming back. Writing another sentence. Yelling that it sucks. Getting up again. Complaining. Grabbing a snack. Writing another sentence. The truth is… I can’t write an entry about perfectionism, unless it’s absolutely perfect. ForRead on…

On Being Sensitive

On Being Sensitive

This is a guest post by the oh-so-lovely Jade Rivera. I love what she wrote about her experiences of being sensitive; let me know your thoughts in the comments! Last week I sat down with my fiancé to knit and watch a little television after dinner, a typical evening routine shared by millions of couples allRead on…

The Fate of the Multipotentialite

The Fate of the Multipotentialite

(Quick note: You can now highlight any selection of this article to share it on social media!)   Tell me if something like this is familiar: After high school, at some point you went to college. You started out as a Biology major, but then you switched to Psychology in your second year. You hateRead on…

Dropping Bombshells (or What to Do When Your Whole World Changes)

Dropping Bombshells (or What to Do When Your Whole World Changes)

(Quick note: You can now highlight any selection of this article to share it on social media!)       I must be addicted to {r}evolutions. Because this girl keeps. on. changing. And as the title suggests, I’ve got a couple bombshells to drop (about my personal life). But first, a little framing. Earlier this month,Read on…

For All the Mamas

For All the Mamas

I’m not a mom. Yet. But from observation alone, I’m acutely aware of how utterly world-rocking and revolutionary it is to have a child (not to mention two or three or five). And I also notice how easy it is for {r}evolutionary mamas to temporarily lose themselves and get swept away into the identity-formation ofRead on…

Nikki Cole

I have known since we first spoke that I could trust Sara, and that she wasn’t going to let me get away with settling for 2nd best. Since our work, I have rekindled my passions and started really living, rather than merely surviving.”
Nikki Cole

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