Posts in Mental Health
Mental Health: Every BODY is Beautiful

After having my baby, I became incredibly dissatisfied with my body, and my outward appearance. Most of it had to do with my own personal perspective of what being beautiful meant. But a lot of what I thought was exactly how society wants us to think. Thin = beautiful, which is extremely far from the truth. Join me and my journey of how I plan to #bethechange for the fashion industry and ALL of the body types who love to wear art!

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Mental Health: Mother's Day Tribute

What is a mother? Is a mother someone who gives birth to a child? Is a mother someone who takes in a child who isn’t biologically her own, but raises and loves that child as her own? Is a mother someone who gives up her career to raise her children? Is a mother someone who makes sure her children are cared for while she works on building a career? Is a mother someone who provides emotional support, financial support, or both? What does it mean to be a mother?

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Mental Health: Week 10 - Gratitude Challenge

I am forever grateful for the amount of traveling I was able to do with my family as a kid. I know last week I talked a bit about traveling, which is why I won’t spend too much of your time today, discussing that. Besides traveling, my family made it appoint to take me out around the Twin Cities.

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Mental Health: Week 9 - Gratitude Challenge

Growing up, my family traveled quite often, and there have been many places, that have earned a special place in my heart: San Antonio, Texas; Savannah, Georgia; Disney World. However, there is one place in particular that really changed my life helping me explore and find myself as an individual.

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beauty & fashion: March Must-Haves

With these five must-have products for March, you are destined to bring spring into your life one way or another! What makes all of these essentials extra fun is the fact that all of these products are from women-owned businesses, helping us kick off the season of #WomenEmpowerment

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Memo from Meghanlee

In this issue you will notice a very strong “woman empowerment” theme. Whether it be an all-female team creating an editorial, or features of incredibly strong women, you are certain to see femininity as you flip through every page. With our dynamic mother-daughter duo on the cover (Angela and Grace Wethor) we can ensure that empowerment and inspiration are destined to find you.

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Mental Health: Week 8 - Gratitude Challenge

I have always been a curious little bugger. I never saw things in black and white. I was always one to want to get to know the “black sheep” or become friends with the “outcasts”. Maybe it was because I was an outcast at both my school, and my church, and I knew exactly what it felt like to never fit in with anyone. Or maybe because I am an empath and I always seek to understand.

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Mental Health: Week 3 - Gratitude Challenge

At the end of the day, it is important to know your comfort food and and how to incorporate it into your life without being toxic to your lifestyle or body. While most associate comfort food as a desert or sugary treat, I encourage everyone to find a comfort food that is semi healthy, helping you with both emotional support and your physical help.

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Mental Health: A Journey To Light

I don’t remember seeing stars that night. As I walked aimlessly into the night with the song “Day Old Hate” ringing in my ears and it being the last song my old soul ever heard. There was a long path that led to this final walk. I had initially hoped this path would lead to steps that would bring me to a door; bring me to a way out. Instead these steps led to a new journey; a new awakening, an awakening that acted as a liberation from my inner demons and my past that used to follow me around like a shadow.

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