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Category Archives: Family




By Trish Bentley Packing School Lunches In Under 5 Minutes! packinglunches

Every morning I find myself in a vortex of kids getting dressed, diapers soaring through the air towards the garbage and a ticking clock sounding as a reminder that the school bell is about to ring. When I see my neighbor walk past my…



By Marquis Matson White Privilege Removed whiteprivelage

I never thought I’d ever write a piece on White Privilege (with a capital W and P). Mostly, I had never really noticed it nor felt that I was given special privileges simply because (as you have probably already guessed) I am White. It’s…

By Jenny Prior Short Fiction Series: Workspouse Business people giving high five in office

Workspouse: A relatable story about the curious, complex nature of relationships we can’t necessarily categorize yet sometimes encounter in our work lives.   Jake was a sleaze. Many colleagues liked to remind Flora of this fact. Like Claire from Stakeholder Relations, who kept trying to…



By Trish Bentley Why I Will Probably Never Look Like Kayla Itsines #BBG Bikini Body Guide by Kayla Itsines

As I scroll through Kayla Itsine’s Instagram feed, I am astonished by the number of women completely transforming their bodies. And I mean, complete and utter conversion. From what I’ve seen with regular Before and After pictures over the years (like the one shown…