Millennial Prose

What An Affinity for ‘Sad Boys’ Has Taught me About Toxic Relationships

I was, not long ago, suffering from some mild man-induced drama. So, as one always…

7 Words Scribbled on the Back of a Bookmark Gave Her Superpowers

I read books like my geriatric cat pees on my hardwood floor – constantly. Growing…

Turns Out NYRs Are Just Goals in Sparkly Dresses

  Raise your hand if the bodies of your 2018 resolutions were already cold before…

A Quarter Life Crisis and A Middle Finger Is All You Need to Change Everything

I think I’m on the brink of a glorious, third wave, quarter life crisis. “Three…

What’s My Age Again? Oh, Yeah. 25: Welcome to the Real World

My name is Brynna, I am 25, and I live at home with my parents.…

The Secret to Success in a Creative Career (psst… It’s conviction)

It was the first day that it was warm enough to leave the apartment with…

Whispers of Love and Longing from Africa

One glass of afternoon wine had gone right to my head, leaving my brain feeling…

The Breakup Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Relationship Tree: How to Get Through Your Next Breakup

I’ve been through  *eh hem* a few breakups. I mean, I’m pretty much an expert.…

Forrest Gump and [Insert Name of Your Crush] Sitting in a Tree

You’re totally normal. (Well,probably not totally, but you’ve at least got a handle on yourself.) You’re confident. You’re comfortable. And then all of the sudden it hits you. A terrifying and uncomfortable realization….You have a crush on someone.

Drowning in Our Own Stigmas

Our social narrative is dominated by hateful, divisive speech and stigmas. We’ve been trained to dehumanize and devalue in an attempt to seize the upper hand, intentionally throwing off the balance so as to put some at a disadvantage. And it’s working.