A sweet and simple guide to navigating a creative career change :)
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Danielle talks about taking a comedy class and killing her first comedy set!
New community member Rachael Gallegos teams up with Erin to discuss writer's block: how it happens and ways they see themselves out of their funk.
Samantha teaches us all how to make a blanket force safe space to deal with the next three years under the Trump regime.
Melanie is here to give tips on a fun and thoughtful gift for the holiday season: mini succulents!
Erin talks with Ramona Teo, one of the collaborators on the Jade Oracle project - a powerful divination deck featuring ancient dieties and symbols of ancient Mexico.
Erin talks zines and zine culture and the power of low tech art in 2017.
Adriana is gettin' crafty with a tutorial on how to make a wire crochet bracelet.
Melanie has a tip for all you writer types: make a playlist for your novel. Brilliant!
Intimidated by writing poetry? Have no fear! Melanie leads us through a fun and creative way to create poems from cut up verses.
Adriana discusses creative entreprenuership, getting fair pay, when it's ok to work for free, and the problem of working for exposure.
Adriana gives readers a step-by-step guide on making your own homemade pom-pom rug
Do you feel constrained by money or time or some other obstacle, but are burning to give something to a cause you care about? Melanie discusses her creative way to contribute through art & making.
Part I discusses a humble connection to nature, living sustainably, and familial bonds with farming.
Nakia Heard chats with Erin on her art, what inspires her, and advice for living a more creative life
Break internal barriers and practice writing consistently. With practice comes action. Amplify your voice.
Nat talks collage, making, and creative thinking.
Erin would rather be making stuff - but then again, who wouldn't?
Erin muses on National Craft Month.
Spring is about to show us how beautiful it is to let new things grow.
Nat discusses life post-grad and transitioning into the next phase of her life.
Danielle discusses the importance of knowing your body, your cycle, and yourself.
New mothers can face huge shifts in identity and emotional upheaval as they enter motherhood. Therapeutic journaling can ease them through that transition and remain a touchstone for emotional wellness and overall health. Find out why, and then try three prompts to get you started.
Liz opens up about her current bout with depression and acknowledges that she's not doing well.
To celebrate February, the month of love, Marina invites you to be a rebel and focus on loving the most important person in your Universe: yourself.
Activist and fisherman Elma Burnham on creating space for women in maritime industries, coming around to feminism, and emotional labor at fish camp.
Carli speaks truth about Soul Mates, and recounts her heart-opening experiences with love as an intuitive.
"When I turned my camera on my kids, on me struggling with my kids, I was making ammunition. I was striking matches. Something burning in my chest came alive and fanned its wings at the thought of making people look at me, not at my best as a mother, but at my worst."
Danielle talks about common health misconceptions, the truth about these myths, and how to spot false information.
Sam returns to discuss the life lessons she's learned from the Mud Crab and the shedding of their skin.
Adriana writes about her job as a Life Enrichment Director for a Senior Living Center and the lessons she learned and what she'll carry forward with her into the next phase of her life.
The Ritual Goods co-founder on animal messages, different ways to access truth, and becoming a witchy entrepreneur.
Andrea's thoughts on why she joined the Women's March last year.
Danielle discusses life, coping, and "keeping it together" with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Liz welcomes the new year with a look back at 5 of her favorite things from 2017!
Some of the Cushy community shared what their goals, resolutions and/or intentions for 2018 are.
With the last of the new moons illuminating their light for 2017, Carli discusses the 7 of Cups and replenishing before the new year.
Carli pulls the World and Ace of Swords cards for this New Moon cycle, guiding readers through a practice to release resentments that weigh us down and keep us in the past.
A few of the Cushy ladies are expressing what they are grateful for as the year winds down to a close and the holidays are upon us. It's been a hard one, but the little things mean a whole lot!
Nat discusses fear and how to learn to trust oneself.
Andrea writes a letter to her unborn baby, who is only days away from being born. She shares her fears, her excitement and the love she already has for her baby boy!
Danielle discusses the benefits of adopting a dog as it's National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month!
Happy Self-Care Sunday! Liz is back with a guide to self-examining your breasts to check for lumps since it's October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! So, take a look and start checking yourself!
Adriana discusses her struggle with Imposter Syndrome and ways to combat the negative feelings when they start to overtake her.
Lori helps us fine tune our spinal cord after the wear and tear they receive from daily use through a series of stretches and poses.