What the Enneagram Taught Me About Self-Love

What’s so great about personality tests? Okay, guest blogger Melodie Castellanos, enlighten me: If you’re reading this, you’ve probably taken a personality test. For the sake of accurate statistics—I won’t give a random numerical percentage—but I do believe it’s safe to say that if you are, in fact, a human being who stumbled upon this blog post, there is a pretty big chance you’ve taken … Continue reading What the Enneagram Taught Me About Self-Love

What it Means to Be Very Successful

What is success built on? Guest blogger Matt Liu shares his insight: This year has been a fantastic year for my friends. My friend Katrina got an offer letter from Tesla with less than a year of formal computer science education on her résumé. My friend Rishi was accepted to Harvard Business School. My friend Julie opened her trendy bar in a big city. Friends … Continue reading What it Means to Be Very Successful

Choices and Cheeky Boys

Where do I start? Ah yes. With a twentysomething-year-old boy. One evening, I’m longboarding down the red-brick streets of my town (because my life is an indie movie) and I run into a friend of a friend. He comes into the coffeeshop regularly and compliments my face. "Your face is so round and soft-looking, like really cuddly." – guy at cafe #mylife — Rachel Noelle (@RachelNoelle21) October … Continue reading Choices and Cheeky Boys

How To Know If Your Faith is Real

Better hang on to that salvation pretty tightly.* If you’re a Christian who makes it a daily habit to second-guess yourself (guilty wave), you might relate to that panicked feeling of wondering if perhaps, maybe, just maybe, your faith in God is not authentic. Maybe it is, in fact, wobbly. Surface-level. But you don’t realize it. After all, surfacey people don’t know they’re surfacey. Are … Continue reading How To Know If Your Faith is Real