I have been thinking a lot lately about feminist approaches to self-care. There are stereotypes of feminists as serious, frazzled and angry, but isn't there reason to be?
This week has been especially busy – a conference, a board meeting and all of the usual day-job and home life responsibilities.
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I came across a title of a book, yes a book on activism that was far from the dull topics, I normally come across, , ‘What’s the point of revolution if we can’t dance?’ by Urgent Action Fund Woo!!
At six months old, I learned to walk. They said I looked like a living doll, so small but moving like a sized-down adult. I was petite for my age, charming, and bright.
I thought this was fitting for the Listen To Your Own Pulse: Tools for Balance and Self-care group! From Yoga+Joyful Living Magazine: Coming Back from Activist Burnout
All at the same time, Jen Chau was running her own nonprofit, working 45 hours a week at another organization, starting a small business, and taking three classes.