goals, ryn


Sometimes things go disastrously off course. Other times, things don't go anywhere at all. The last few months have been very blah. Not bad necessarily, but very stilted. I feel like I hit the pause button on my life, and I don't quite know how to hit play again. Even the steps I've taken to… Continue reading Oops.

feminism, ryn

About International Women’s Day…

Yesterday was International Women's Day. Honestly? I felt reeeeeeally weird and conflicted. On the one hand, yes! Everyone is really excited about female anger right now, and it's a righteously beautiful thing. #TimesUp is bringing women's issues in Hollywood to the forefront, which is followed closely by women's issues in other industries. Not all fads… Continue reading About International Women’s Day…

goals, ryn

“Six more weeks of hibernation” is over.

So uh, remember that time I made a bunch of goals for February? Yeah. That didn't go so well. I planked occasionally, we recorded one podcast episode, I wrote one short story... and that's about it. Hardly any other progress was made. SO. March goals, yeah! We need need need to get unpacked. I seriously want to… Continue reading “Six more weeks of hibernation” is over.

mental health, ryn

Queer Eye for the… Lazier Queer Not-Guy

When I heard that Queer Eye was being rebooted on Netflix, I won't lie, it elicited a massive eyeroll. The idea that gay men are fashionable and straight men are aesthetically clueless is annoying at best, and I had no plans whatsoever to engage with it. But Shila kept hearing really positive things and convinced… Continue reading Queer Eye for the… Lazier Queer Not-Guy

feminism, ryn

Maybe your thoughts and prayers should be about policy change.

I don't even quite know what to say.  I am devastated for those affected by the latest school shooting, but let's be honest... you could read this on any given day and assume I'm talking about a different tragedy. It is relevant every single day in this country, because a mass shooting happens statistically every… Continue reading Maybe your thoughts and prayers should be about policy change.