Feast or Famine

Thanksgiving: for some, it’s the holiday that kicks off a season filled with festivity, family, and friends; for others, it’s the gateway to a long, dreaded stretch of loneliness, scarcity, and disconnection. Too often, for some of us, holidays, represent as much emptiness as fullness. Your perception of the glass being half full or half…

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Trick or Treat

With Halloween fast approaching, you’ve probably asked, or been asked: “What are you going to be?” or “Who are you going as?” Whether it’s a goblin or a ghoul, a pumpkin or a giant M&M, the latest celebrity in the midst of scandal, or a creative twist on an everyday object, cliché, or person, Halloween…

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Letting Go

There’s a line from a Wailin’ Jennys song titled “Heaven When We’re Home” that goes like this: “I’ve been a fool, I’ve been cruel to myself, I’ve been hanging onto nothing when nothing could be worse than hanging on and something tells me there must be something better than all this”. Whether it’s a thought,…

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