A Write of Passage | Finding Passion in Daily Life

Finding Passion in Daily Life Greetings compatriots. So….this post is quite uncharacteristic of me. Rather than an intellectual discussion, philosophical rant, or chaotic conjectural analysis of a topic no one actually cares about, I’ve decided (through some rare lapse of judgement) to tell you a little bit about myself. I think writing is in my …

What the Body Positive and Self-Love Movements Should be Saying

What do the body positive and self-love movements mean? Recently I’ve noticed an increase in body positive and self-love publicity on the web. Whether YouTube videos, social media posts, or passionate articles, these feminist-headed movements have been getting a lot of attention lately. Interestingly enough, the body positive and self-love movements seems to be centered …

Modest Much?

Modest Much? Clothing is, unfortunately, an inconvenient but necessary part of life (unless of course, you live in a nudist colony, in which case, I reckon you’d face a plethora of other inconveniences). Since the dawn of time, clothing has been designed to serve a set of purposes: to cover nakedness, provide protection from the …

Why Everyone Should Be More Like Scotland’s National Animal

A national animal is chosen to represent a country. Bravery, beauty, strength, endurance, whatever. The tiger, eagle, deer, lion, macaw, condor, sea turtle, etc.—each beast is selected based on characteristics that embody the country’s mission, aspirations, strengths and history. A national animal symbolizes a lot. So let’s get to the point. What is Scotland’s national animal? Nobility, …