Wow. wow. wowowowowow.  Today’s reflection is a classic connection between then and now — how messages given to us in hindsight made little or no sense in the moment, but later in time have revealed themselves to be profound, important, and affirming. In late December, Charise and I held our annual New Year’s Angel Card reading that was only […]

Hear ye, hear ye, millennials! Today we’re having some real talk about our jobs, careers, and generational needs for finding purpose in whatever work we do. Juan-Juan guides us through some researched generational differences between Baby Boomers and Millennials, and Sister Charise talks about internal and external job commitment based on an online assessment tool. […]

It’s time to introduce yinz to a good friend to Charise and me. Her name is Cherry. Let me be clear that this is a different Cherry than the Chinese middle ESOL student Charise and I tutored in 2010, who pretended she didn’t know a lick of English and instead developed her mastermind plan to […]

The sisters are here to shed some light on a dark topic: death. One of the most feared constructs across all humanity, death is a sociological underpinning of our ways of being. What will we do to prevent it? What will we do to embrace it? How does a spiritual detachment between body and soul […]

Guest post by Sonal Chauhan. Learn more about Sonal here. Brown girl probs #598: realizing chicken nugs might taste delicious, but are not good for the soul. Literally. The holy Hindu text known as the Bhagvad Gita reads, “Just as a man discards worn out clothes and puts on new clothes, the soul discards worn out bodies and […]

Since I’ve been vegan for the past few months, I’ve never been sick. (*hair flip/#vegan*). However, humor me while I discuss sickness as a metaphor. Almost three years ago I spent a month with intense sickness. At first it was a cold, and after it spiraled into a full-blown shitshow, I went to the doctor […]

#RealTalkPoetry One day my soul just opened up and things started happening things I can’t quite explain I mean I cried and cried like never before I cried tears of ten thousand mothers I couldn’t even feel anything because I cried ‘til I was numb. One day my soul just opened up I felt this […]