Guest Post: What If One Question Could Change Your Life?

What If One Question Could Change Your Life? The simplest definition of courage is ‘the ability to do something that frightens one.’ As children, we are naturally fearless. We see the world as it is, we ask for exactly what we want (whether with words or not), and we are unapologetic as we ask questions …

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Essay: Sad French Movies

Publicly sharing my non-fiction is literally what my nightmares are made up of. But in my constant fight to open myself to new possibilities and to grow as a writer I have to actually let me writing be read. I am starting a writing class next week on Narrative, taught by one of my favorite …

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Being An Ally Means You are Sometimes Wrong; How Accepting Criticism Makes You Brave

In the past I have shied away from writing about politics because I never feel that I know "enough" to be someone who should be putting information out there. That seems sort of silly now given the amount of news outlets that write whatever they want, ignoring truths for their own agendas. I've always wanted …

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In The Stacks // Strand Kiosk, Central Park, NYC

Continuing my domination of Manhattan bookstores, I bring you the Strand Bookstore Kiosk in Central Park. Located on the Southeast corner of Central Park, the Strand Kiosk gives visitors a taste of one of NYC’s most beloved bookstores nearly 50 blocks up from its brick and mortar location. I’ve walked past the kiosk probably a …

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