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The pandemic has changed me. But how will we collectively heal?

It’s difficult to start healing when the pain is still being inflicted

Tarot cards are helping me rediscover magic — and myself

Each morning, I do a tarot reading

2020 zapped my creativity. I’m slowly finding my way back to art.

When I wasn’t producing, I questioned my identity as an artist

I was tempted to publicly shame people who don’t wear masks. I tried this instead.

I found myself full of bitterness toward those who weren’t taking coronavirus seriously

Ruth Bader Ginsburg changed the country we live in. Now is our chance to honor that work.

It’s time to turn our grief into fuel for change

White people: The burden to figure out how to be a better ally is on us

This moment in history requires us to do more, and to truly examine ourselves

Here’s a day in my self-quarantined life, hour-by-hour. We think you might relate.

Is it week six or week 60?

My parents and I both live in coronavirus epicenters — but we’re separated by thousands of miles

We’re trying to have hope in Seattle and Italy

In 2020, I’m creating a new tradition: learning from and celebrating 2019

It’s that time of year again. Here’s a different approach.

I often say I am doing ‘fine’ when I am not. Here’s why I am committing to being honest about how I feel.

I’m trying to learn to sit in the discomfort, and not dismiss my own feelings for the comfort of others