­­­The Power of Prejudice (It’s Not What You Think!)

­­­The Power of Prejudice (It’s Not What You Think!)

Prejudice is everywhere. We see it in the news. We see it in our families. Some of us are more aware of prejudice than others. People of color. Differently-abled people. When we think of the power of prejudice, we tend to think of its destructive power. Let’s...

­­­What a Mormon Woman Taught Me About Truth and Clothing

How do you respond when someone tells you how to dress? Like most people, I’m resistant to the idea. It reminds me of being five years old and being told to dress up for a party. Or being in seventh grade and having to wear the dreaded gym uniform. (Mine was a...

­­­Why I Changed My Name to Z

How do you feel about your name? Do you absolutely love it? Do you jump out of bed every morning because if someone asks you what your name is, you get to say, “My name is [insert awesome name here]?” No? It’s not like that? Perhaps you’re ho...
These Toes Were Made for Painting: Lessons from a Pedicure

These Toes Were Made for Painting: Lessons from a Pedicure

Have you ever looked at your toes? Like, really looked at them? No offense to anyone out there – or your precious toes – but I think toes are extremely strange. Think about it: Stubby little pieces of flesh sticking out of a bigger piece of flesh at the bottom of our...

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