I'm a "resolutioner". A reflector. A list maker. An organizer. All traits that pair well with the end of the year. As a girl I would make time on New Year's Eve to write my goals for the next year on a small piece of paper. I'd then put them in a
The 2016 Presidential Campaign has been a historic event for many reasons. Shocking, stressful, upending - this campaign has exposed the under belly of America and it isn't pretty. Racism, classism, religious intolerance, economic uncertainty, xenophobia, the political establishment and misogyny - something to make everyone upset. Democracy is messy.
I spend a good portion of my professional life educating health professionals about “reproductive life planning,” or, basically, helping someone articulate whether or not they want any (or any more) kids and the steps they need to take to achieve their desired number of children. As a recurrent miscarrier –
Black women and their babies have suffered centuries of injustice. Black women’s voices are co-opted, but not heard. Change must happen. Tweet Facts are facts, Black women living in the South face historic, ongoing challenges to their health and wellbeing. While we can argue that all women in the South could have
Accepting messy and the need to apologize sometimes for inadvertent mistakes are better than silence. Tweet No matter how frustrating life was the day before, or how long the night, out of the dark each morning rays of light emerge. Dawn is a cosmic reset button. I’ve always loved the idea of