In Case You Were Thinking of Burning Out…


Come have a talk with me. Let me help you. I believe in the idea that a person needs to rest, recharge, and be kind to themself in order to survive and thrive.

So you’re working for the movement? You’re putting your breath and your strength behind every moment? Take a moment to do the movement a favor, then; you are clearly one of its best advocates, and all of us need you at your best!

Send me a message, in the contact form below or at feelinggoodfeminism (at) gmail (dot) com  (change the things in parentheses to their symbol and remove the spaces, yup!) and we can have a chat about what you need to restore yourself. I happen to have healed from many things over the years and have a treasure trove of solutions to heal the soul, body, and mind.

Your bravery and continuous effort is greatly valued by me. Your message will give me that same joy about feeling valued. Thank you.



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Disco Triathlon!

One of my best friends (nicknamed ‘Disco’) is running a triathlon in support of ‘Girls on the Run‘, a Chicago-located non-profit. She describes the program as “an amazing program that provides elementary and middle school girls with healthy, positive afterschool running programs.” I am so proud of her and want to do what I can to help.

I am thrilled to be aiding a program dedicated to furthering the success of young women by way of supporting the efforts of a young woman with a practical goal. It’s a beautiful thing to see women band together to accomplish positive goals!

Please donate to her cause 🙂

The funds she raises will pay scholarships for girls who cannot otherwise afford to pay for the program. The donation page also states:

Chicago has made a commitment to ensure that at least 50% of their participants are from Chicagoland’s most underserved, low-income communities. This year Girls on the Run – Chicago will award more than $700,000 in scholarships and subsidies, and next year they are hoping to award nearly $900,000. Thank you in advance for your generous support!

Activities such as running, biking, and playing team sports promote intellectual and physical development, as well as enhancing confidence and social skills. Young women need to learn these skills in order to be prepared to succeed in life. Making use of such opportunities can often depend on what is available in a given locality and what these young women’s families are financially capable of providing.

You are awesome. I’m feeling good about supporting the future of this country~ in the form of its young women’s success!

Get Healthy: Celebrate your Authenticity!

I love MissRepresentation’s emails. They make me so happy. They have a running theme of avoiding appearance-based judgments, and focusing on the people we are.

“This week’s Get Healthy action is about giving yourself the gift of self-love and acceptance. It’s time to stop being so hard on yourself, to let go of “perfectionism,” and to celebrate your authenticity. Take 10 minutes this week to step back, breathe and appreciate who you are and where you are in your life. Write down or think of three things you love about your appearance, your personal life, and your professional life. Use these notes as inspiration during the rest of your week and don’t be surprised if feelings of gratitude arise!”

My list: I love my smile, my sparkly eyes, and my dancey self. I love talking to my friends, taking walks around the neighborhood, and getting hugs from my parents. I love doing art, singing, communicating positivity about fellow women, and photographing cool people.

Aside from these things (please feel free to post your own list as a comment, if you’d like!) I do love my authenticity. I love being me. I know I’m not up to anyone’s specific standards of ‘perfection’, but no one is and I don’t care. I’m happy being me, and that’s what I love most about myself.

It works, try it!