Mental Health Matters: Blind Rage

Mental Health Matters: Blind Rage

Kristie Bergna sat alone in her apartment. Worms were peacefully munching on her corneas when she found herself asking the age-old question, “Where the fuck are my forks?” Though Kristie had been legally blind for four years, the parasites that had recently made a home in her corneas prevented her from being able to wear the contact lenses she depended on for her daily 12 hours of vision. Filled with pain, rage, and moments of helplessness, Kristie fought to find a way through the misery.

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Anti-Inflammatory Bowl Meals

Anti-Inflammatory Bowl Meals

At Apartment Quinnders we are all about meal planning, anti-inflammatory ingredients, and SIMPLE recipes. Eliminating gluten, dairy, and sugar may seem overwhelming, but starting slow with a meal a week is an easy way to transition to a nutrition plan that has a positive impact on your mental and physical health. Why not swap your Wednesday evening dinner with a Greek Chicken or Salmon Sushi Bowl?

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Gender Talks: The F Word

Gender Talks: The F Word

Meet Kharma, a 19 year-old human omen of very good things to come for our society and our culture. She’s self-assured, forgiving, and, at 19, already wise enough to know our cultural construct of the “perfect body” is pure BS. Even if her classmates turned her into the high school fat girl, she’s letting them keep that label. Meanwhile, she’ll keep leaning into what it looks like to really really love yourself.

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What Do We Do With #MeToo?

What Do We Do With #MeToo?

The Napa Women’s Circle is at it again! “What Do We Do With #MeToo” gave us a chance to embrace the solidarity created by the #MeToo movement and harness the power of this social uprising. I encourage you to give this post a read and journal about the prompts we explored in the Circle. Better yet, bring these prompts to your next coffee date with a good friend and keep the power of #MeToo going.

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