Why I Don’t Care About Self-Care

Come on, guys. We are Generation Treat Yo-Self. This I know, for Parks and Recreation—and an article in The Guardian—told me so. Dear my fellow co-blogger, Savvy: I realize this blog post is a bit of an objection to your post “Take Care of Yourself.” You wrote about the importance of self-care and I don’t mean to argue against you. Actually, if I may spoil … Continue reading Why I Don’t Care About Self-Care

Rambles: C.S. Lewis and Friends

Dear Rachel (and Readers) Remember, Rachel, when we kept up-to-date with each other concerning books that we were reading? Remember the multiple times we took turns ranting and rambling on about the books we read or were forced to read, loved or hated or sometimes both? In honor of that spirit, I wanted to ramble about a book that I just finished reading called The … Continue reading Rambles: C.S. Lewis and Friends

Christian AND Feminist?

“I’m Christian, but I am a feminist.”  This is a statement made in Buzzfeed’s cringeworthy video, “I’m Christian, but I’m not…”  (Journalist Mollie Hemingway can explain why it’s cringeworthy here).  Anyways, you don’t have to be a literature student to read that statement and realize it’s implications.  Being Christian – a follower of Christ – and a feminist – one who believes in equality of the … Continue reading Christian AND Feminist?