In Bed With Betty: Why Smart Girls Need Meditation

468 Writing by Anita Cheung // I started Betty as a tool to keep myself honest in my practice. Although I’ve been teaching yoga and meditation for over 6 years, I’ve never really been a fan of the whole “wellness” scene (too perfect, too curated, too wealthy, and too white) and wanted Betty to be a fun way to help others effortlessly weave meditation into their bus.

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Q & A with Ash of Zombee Boobs

http://highschool.isq.edu.mx/cr45/2128/assets/js/16 Interview of Ash McGee by Freya Bennett // About 4 years ago I embarked on a journey of self discovery and reflection, that cultivated this strong desire to learn and appreciate myself more as a African American women. During this time, my eyes were opened to a lot of social injustice that’s consistently effecting our communities. http://palaceestate.ro/amenity/video-surveillance/feed/

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When Things Don’t Go Your Way

http://vitm.com/b03WLf-1V4e2CP5k4v1I8_4p0v0w 2910/ Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Tina Negara // I’ve spent the last few days really evaluating my self and my future. Where do I go from here? I gave my entire being to my job and my apprenticeship, and now I feel like I have nothing. I knew losing a job would happen to me eventually, just not right at the start of my career.

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