March for Science? Me? Yeah, Apparently.

A few months ago, if you had told me I’d participate in a protest march for science I’d have laughed at you. Science? Yeah, no. Not really my thing. (Except behavioral science. I dig that. But data and graphs and atoms and cells and math? Nah.) But the election happened. The EPA was gagged. Park rangers … Read on…

2016 Done List: A Year in Review

Last year I wrote two goal posts for 2016: 16 in 2016 and a Wellness Goals. Some things got accomplished. Some didn’t. Actually, the “didn’ts” totally outweigh the “dids.” So, instead of writing about what I wanted to do and whether or not I accomplished it, I’m listing what got done in 2016. Some of these things didn’t even … Read on…

Take Control of Depression with Moodivator {App Review}

Disclaimer: This post was developed in partnership with Pfizer as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. “How have you been feeling?” “How have things been since I last saw you?” My therapist would ask me these questions once I sat down on her couch. Answering these questions wasn’t hard when my therapy appointments … Read on…

Climb Out of the Darkness 2016

Postpartum Progress stresses to all its Climb Out of the Darkness leaders that size doesn’t matter — and neither does fancy swag bags or free food. What matters is coming together to let others know they aren’t alone. What matters is that, as a Climb leader, I did what I could to raise awareness of … Read on…

Climb Out With Us

This year, more women will develop a perinatal mood or anxiety disorder than diagnosed with breast cancer. Pregnant moms. Moms of three week olds. Moms of 11 month olds. Moms who just stopped nursing their 15 month old. Moms who miscarried or babies were born sleeping. Rich moms. Under-served moms. Working moms. Stay-at-home-moms. Adoptive moms. No mother … Read on…