The exposure therapy hack that’s helping me set professional boundaries, plus two new product reviews from me, and three books I recommend.
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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.
The Makings of a Journalist
This month brought my debuts in two major digital health publications: Everday Health and Health.
Reporting from Porch Station Bravo
Porch writing, two novels, and a craft book.
300,000 Steps for Strollers
I took more than 300,000 steps and let a fleet of strollers annex my guest room for months so you would know the best stroller for your family right now.
Work When Baby Works
For the first time since Baby A was born in July, I’ve embarked on a writing project.
On living a different kind of month and wresting delight from a not-delightful time.
A very important personal update, the best maternity leggings you can buy, and books to carry you into August.
The Science Behind Your Sigh of Relief
What research has to say about sighing and how you can harness your breath to feel good anytime.