The exposure therapy hack that’s helping me set professional boundaries, plus two new product reviews from me, and three books I recommend.
Category Archives: self help
What’s In A Word?
Why responsive is my word of the year, why sadness isn’t as bad as you think, and the three books I can’t stop thinking about this month.
Advice For When Life Feels Like It’s Falling Apart
This fall, I experienced unexpected health problems. I have a message for anyone who, like me, finds themselves the owner of a frightening body and a frantic brain.
How I’m dealing with my anxious need to finish work right away.
Bye-Bye Bucket List — Hello Throughline!
Bucket lists are trending…and overwhelming. There’s a better way to summer.
Sometimes delight doesn’t move through us with the propulsion of a yip-laugh, but it can move us all the same.
The Curiosity Cure
When you feel irritable, leverage curiosity’s effect on the brain to feel good instead.
A very important personal update, the best maternity leggings you can buy, and books to carry you into August.
A Season of Transitions
A professional achievement unlocked, articles to help with traumatic birth and mental health postpartum, and one tenacious swallowtail butterfly.
New From Me, Your Curated Reading List, & Something Delightful
New newsletter format: You’ll get Emily’s latest writing, a curated reading list, and something delightful delivered straight to your inbox on the last Thursday of every month.