The problem with Sooley? Well, it’s not just Sooley that has a problem. Not to say we shouldn’t hold Megan Sooley and her store, Sooley Designs, accountable for their actions, but the problem is bigger than one store.
I read an article a while back (after it had circled around on my Facebook feed) that discussed self-care. I agree with the author when I say this: People have a skewed view of what self-care really means. So many people today see self-care as taking a nice bath, eating a piece of cake, reading a book, and buying yourself new lotion, but that is not what self-care is.
Here's a trend I've noticed in people my age: they treat mental illness like it's some sort of competition.
Last week, we saw the emergence of a movement.
When I was 18 years old, I started my music degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland. It was my first time living away from home, my first time feeling independent, and the first time I had to make adult decisions by myself.
Three years ago, I wouldn't be caught dead wearing the color pink.