Category Archives: The Not-So-Trivial

Nirvana Unplugged.

Plugged. That’s how I’ve been feeling. The world has been spinning tragedy at breakneck speed, and all of it is delivered directly to my brain via the Internet, which I can’t seem to stop looking at. Even the good sometimes … Continue reading

Back In The World Again; Thank You, #ClimbOut

It’s often that posts of mine get stuck in the mental pipeline behind other posts because I have this order of how things happened, and who I promised what to, and what it says on the editorial calendar Lindsey keeps … Continue reading

Kicking This Fundraiser Up A Notch: Donate To Postpartum Progress Hollywood Hills Hike, Win Seriously Cool Hollywood Shit.

Update 6/18 — New Prizes added below! That’s Jared Leto raising his arms in appreciation to the crowd while fronting his band 30 Seconds to Mars. I’m sure he doesn’t like it when people talk about his Jordan Catalano past but … Continue reading

Postpartum Depression Can Eat My Dust: Climb Out of the Darkness 2014

Four years ago I wanted to die. I wasn’t suicidal, to be clear, I made no plans — I was just sort of okay with the idea of not being alive any more. The sheer act of living was harder than I’d ever expected it to be and some days — the worst days — despite having a bouncing bundle of reasons to live in my seven month old baby, I just didn’t think I could do it anymore. Continue reading

Portrait of an Anxiety Spiral

It begins in my gut. What was that that bothered me? Shit. Now it’s in my chest but I still can’t remember what I stumbled across or thought about or saw that made me feel left out, forgotten about, less … Continue reading