Photo by Suruchi Avasthi “Feel your feelings” is advice that feels like non-advice. Like, no shit, Sherlock. We’re all built to feel feelings, just as we breathe and digest food and pump blood through our veins without so much as...
In last week’s post, I outlined the baseline for my overall physical, emotional, and mental health: a daily routine. It is a rough schedule propped up around how my energy tends to flow. This energy is directly related...
You might have wondered last summer: Why is Kate compelled to continue to be here? Why not sell what’s left of Wit & Delight and move on like so many of her peers did? My answer to you disappoints....
Photo by Suruchi Avasthi In the early years of Wit & Delight in particular, this platform was a place for me to process experiences and feelings, including those that didn’t yet make sense to me. I wrote personal essays about...
I am a steadfast habit tracker and goal seeker, always aspiring to do/see/feel/experience more. It’s the way I’m wired; I barely even think about this side of me, I just live into it. But while I’m constantly on the...
The week that I’m writing this post, I’m in a place where I’m feeling overwhelmed and very out of my body. I think part of it is that I continue to feel worn down after a very busy, social...
Listen. There are a lot of introverts out there observing the world as it turns, quietly contributing as much as everyone else—just differently. It is an extrovert’s world, and trying to find our place within it can be exhausting...
Sometimes, it’s easy to lose the freshness of life. The pure naiveness of it. The effortless, beautiful brain space that looks at nature and sees safety. The righteous notion that we are many versions of ourselves; to know those...
Editor’s Note: This article explores some of the benefits of anxiety through a personal lens and based on research linked throughout. For individualized insights and care in the realm of mental health, please connect with a trusted health care...
As it literally stands, the word “liminal” is symmetric and erect. However, when you say the word out loud, it comes out of your mouth in a wave, rising like a tide, carving space. In anthropology, liminality is the...

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