I love the Chesapeake Bay but we shouldn’t write a check for $100,000 to every resident of Tangier so they can build a wall to maybe save their island. There are a lot of other places facing the same issue. It is the risk of living at sea level they took. And I don’t want to hear anybody from these coastal towns complain about taxes, health care or government spending while asking for an effing wall to save their island.
Trump Jr’s admission that he sought damaging information from a foreign agent (spy) is a violation of federal law. To quote, “No person shall knowingly solicit, accept, or receive from a foreign national any contribution or donation prohibited by paragraphs (b) through (d) of this section.” Read election law expert on this:
There’s an incredibly bleak – and misleading – doomsday article on climate change in New York Magazine today. I’m sure it’s going to get shared, and I’m sure I’m going to get asked about it. I have plenty to say about why I dislike it (it exaggerates the science, it over-estimates how much warming we’re on track for, it under-estimates human ability to adapt). But rather than post all of that, I’m going to share this post by Michael Mann, one of the pre-eminent climate scientists on the planet.
tl;dr: Climate change is bad enough. The threat is very real. But doomsday articles like the one today are neither accurate nor helpful.
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Hey Lincoln! The Womb Sovereignty Skillshare / Lincoln is happening next month!! Raise your hand if you are interested in attending this incredible opportunity to deepen your knowledge and embodied wisdom with me at the Sage House. <3
I’ll be sharing an interview I did today with Simcha Zipporah, who’s facilitating this event, about her experience in this work, why it’s so crucially important, and how to start rebuilding our communities around information sharing and support.
Lincoln, I love you, and I want to bring you good things. I hope you join us. <3 <3
Gurl… THIS IS IT. What are you buying into and what are you selling?? There’s whole industries built on our unhappiness- beauty, fashion, EMPOWERMENT even. I’ve had to take a huge step back and look at my participation in what looks real innocent and well intentioned from the outside but in fact preys on women’s insecurities and external seeking. This is the age of the false guru. 95% of these fuckers are lining their pockets by selling “abundance” and “self worth” without having paid their own dues of service, humility, and the potent fermentation of TIME.
Go out onto the earth… listen to the stars, let the plants be your guru, pay for professional help when you need it, find the humble healers in your town and seek their wisdom. Stop buying the hype of wellness.
“The world is a looking-glass, and gives back to every man the reflection of his own face. Frown at it, and it will in turn look sourly upon you; laugh at it and with it, and it is a jolly kind companion; and so let all young persons take their choice.”
William Makepeace Thackeray, Vanity Fair
Being more “seen” on social media platforms like Anchor and Snapchat are challenging me to be as transparent as possible.
I show up now often ah natural with no make up, in the gym, in the garden, etc. and talk about my experiences with overcoming my toughest challenges like obesity, chronic illness, Epstein Barr, fibro, and depression.
I share my fears and doubts as well as my triumphs and you know what? It feels SO good to LIKE ME without worrying if other people do too.
Been a very chaotic couple of days.
My schedule has changed around a lot as well my daily priorities. I’m sleeping now more during the day as my work flow at night is improving. I have gone back to enjoying the serenity of working when the world sleeps…
I’m working on 2-3 hour naps mid morning after I get home from teaching class and working out myself. Then, 3-5 hour sleeps at night. It’s worked well for me in the past so I’m willing to give it another go. And as I continue to eat more raw foods, my body requires less sleep which will be super helpful!
It will take some time getting used to but it feels much more aligned now. Of course, this is only day two
I’ve planned out my morning tomorrow so I already know what needs to shift in order to prevent my zombie-ism from this morning repeating itself