A change to Redbubble’s payment policies has motivated me to leave the platform in favor of selling my digital art designs on Etsy. Here’s why.
In today’s guest post, Liz’s amazing mixture of compassionate warmth and dry, biting snark when talking about living through the beginning of the pandemic is exactly what everyone needs right now.
But what do you say to your community when you’re scared, don’t know what to do, and you still want to offer them some kind of comfort?
This post provides a break-down of the amazing article “Sick Woman Theory” by Johanna Hedva, which demonstrates how many aspects of social justice and the structure of society and even just human existence are interconnected: Disability, chronic illness, police brutality, racism, sexism, the medical system, the mental health industry, intergenerational trauma, socio-political theory, the medical and social models of disability, spoon theory, capitalism, and self-love.
This guest post offers finance managing advice based in self-compassion in a world that advocates budgeting exclusively based on self-denial.
Today’s guest post is part two of Violet Carson’s “Wealth with Virtue” series about the process of converting capitalism into business practices that fit their identity, life structure, and ethics.
Today’s guest post is part 1 of the “Wealth with Virtue” series and is pretty unlike anything I’ve published before, but it really indulges my love for literature, for looking at the historical context of social issues, and for re-examining old concepts in a new light.