A few weeks ago, I was given the honor of being Continue reading “Stayin’ Alive: An Op’ed to Students Everywhere”
It’s September, and for me that means it’s my birthday month. What this basically means Continue reading “Ditch Your Size 00 for Actual Self-Love”
As a 22-year-old woman living in the year 2020, I’ve had quite a lot of time to contemplate relationships. Not just romantic relationships, but Continue reading “What I’ve Learned From Relationships: The Anxious Nat Edition”
Howdy guys! Thank you so much to the patrons who have decided to join me on this next level of GTW! Although we’re very laid-back and lowkey, I do want to address some important things.
I have reached out to Patreon following an agreement they reached with the American Council of the Blind to speak about the accessibility of their site and mobile app. Unfortunately, a huge part of their website is inaccessible, which means that content is harder to navigate/post. While I’ve gotten very canned replies, “Don’t worry, the site is difficult for everyone, not just you,” etc etc, I strongly encourage you guys to reach out to Patreon to make sure that the voices of disabled patrons and creators are heard. I’ve offered my help, to no avail, but I, as well as other disabled creators, deserve to independently create content as our able-bodied peers. Please keep pressing the issue. Until then, I will try my best to be here and present.
Well hi there! I know, I’m back so soon! As convention draws to a close tonight, I Continue reading “I Did Say Multitudes….”
As an introverted old soul, I’ve always struggled to find my niche within any group. Whether in my small group of friends, Continue reading “Where You Lead, I Will Follow”
With Braille Institute’s announcement of the 2020 Braille Challenge finalists, I reflect on many things. Not just the fact that Continue reading “Braille Is Literacy”
I am a person of color. And I am hurting. I am hurting because in the year 2020, I have to look at my 3-year-old nephew and 1-year old niece and think, Continue reading “I Am A Person of Color, and I Am Afraid”
Welcome back to another blog post of my blathering! I am so grateful to everyone who continues to read even when Continue reading “The Power of Teaching Your Kids about Emotions”