Me Too.

Over the weekend, actress Alyssa Milano tweeted the words "me too" and asked other victims of sexual harassment and assault to reply with those two words to show how widespread sexual harassment and assault is in today's society. Her tweet went viral and now women and men across all social media platforms are sharing their …

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It Started with Bike Polo and Ended with Chicken Noodle Soup: An Anxiety Story

  Author’s Note: So if you’re new here, I have general anxiety disorder and depression. I used to be ashamed of this, but not anymore – these conditions are a part of who I am. I have a wonderful therapist that I see regularly, I am on medication, and this year I have put a …

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Book Review: Welcome Thieves by Scott Beaudoin

  After veering way off-track from the Litsy A to Z challenge, I returned to my year-long task with this collection of short stories. Beaudoin is best known for his YA novels, and this is his first venture in adult literature. I honestly used to hate short stories because I never felt like I got …

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Book Review: Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance

I spent January 20, aka Inauguration Day, reading this book in hopes it would help me understand how the United States got here. I don't get into politics really at all on this blog but I'm not ashamed of my views. I am terrified of this administration and I'm already appalled at their actions. During …

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