#27: break through the news

Hi everyone! This week we're talking the state of the Democratic 2020 Presidential Nomination -- how the field has narrowed to Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders + what we can look for next. I touch on the intersection between Coronavirus and xenophobia -- how we may see trends of eco-facism take hold as climate change … Continue reading #27: break through the news

#26: get in, we’re voting

Hi everyone! I've been feeling immensely inspired by Bernie Sanders and all of the volunteers, campaign staffers, activists, etc. supporting his campaign. I haven't felt this confident about the possibility for progressive reforms to happen in this country in a long time. Democrats have been celebrating "wins" like Beto O'Rourke's Senate race, Stacey Abrams' run … Continue reading #26: get in, we’re voting

#25: off your shoulders

Hi everyone! These two weeks I have been focusing on taking weight off my shoulders that isn't serving me, but instead has been holding me back. Knowing when to push yourself and cut yourself slack is tricky balance to strike, one which I've frankly taken time to develop as a 21 year-old. I find a … Continue reading #25: off your shoulders

#22: on + on

Hi everyone! Hope you're feeling energized and ready to head into the new year, a new decade, as well. I'm not one to do overarching "new year" resolutions, but I've definitely taken time to reflect on where I am now, how far I've come this past year, and where I want to be at a … Continue reading #22: on + on

#21: feel the fear

Hi everyone! Welcome back to my newsletter -- sorry for the lack of content here. I've been really focused on finishing up this semester of college at NYU. I feel so inspired now that all of that stress is over, back to write and share what excites me with you. I've been thinking a lot … Continue reading #21: feel the fear

#18: your knowledge is your power

reclaim your knowledge and experiences. a theme i’ve been thinking about a lot in my life — and trying to lead with — is intuition. it’s really challenging to follow your gut when what’s in front of you doesn’t seem clear, life doesn’t follow your linear projection, or your goals get clouded by external factors … Continue reading #18: your knowledge is your power

#17: the kids are alright

This week, I've been feeling grateful and inspired by the work occurring on climate change, spearheaded by kids. Reading and researching the issue can get exhausting. I only can read so many dreary headlines about how there's no hope forward, see a new species go extinct, or stumble upon videos of endless plastic pollution in our waters. It feels … Continue reading #17: the kids are alright

#16: the pain of growth

Working on yourself can be scary, it can be unsettling, it can make you feel as though you are so self-consumed to have the luxury of "slowing down" to take time for your personal development. I've never given myself this time to grow. I've been too busy moving, looking for what's next, finding ways to … Continue reading #16: the pain of growth

#11: in the weeds

Although sometimes I feel so empowered by the power of social media in the digital age to foster connections, it can feel quite removed to be sharing politics, news, and information across Instagram or even this blog. I circle back to this deep feeling that I'm wasting my time shouting into the void. Despite those … Continue reading #11: in the weeds

everyday is earth day

Climate change is an accelerating, all-encompassing issue in which we are living in. It touches on health, infrastructure, agriculture, environment, security food, safety, crime, livelihood etc. I firmly believe that most political will in the past 40 years to enact progressive change on the environment has been diminished by the concentration of wealth and neoliberal … Continue reading everyday is earth day