5 reasons why we need to talk about mental health

“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.” Fred Rogers Humans are such interesting creatures – if we have any visible pain, a cast, a sling, or a bruise people rush to check … Continue reading 5 reasons why we need to talk about mental health


Food is our common ground,a universal experience. – James Beard I have craved Japanese ramen ever since I tasted it, the flavorful broth, soft boiled egg and a juicy piece of meat. Everything about this meal hits every taste bud just right, unfortunately, all my American finds didn’t follow me back home. A trip to … Continue reading MESHIAGARE!


“How wild it was, to let it be.”  – Cheryl Strayed. Ever since I was a little girl, books have always been my favorite thing. When you read as frequently as I do, once in a few dozen books you find one that alters your reality. It changes your views and you find yourself struggling … Continue reading W I L D

November, Thirty.

Female friendships that work are relationships in which women help each other belong to themselves. – Louise Bernikow My generation of women were raised to believe that female friendship is a rare commodity, a disposable thing. We’ve fixated on male – female friendships, so much so, that the idea of settling with another woman and … Continue reading November, Thirty.