Crykit's Playhouse -- where you can score thrifted one-of-a-kind vintage finds.
All photos captured by Apollo Ballos.Read More
By focusing more on my health, I hope I will develop a more connected relationship with how I
the body my soul calls home.
Beyond the mat, yoga helps me slow down, pay attention, elevate awareness, make connections, seek truth, build strength, heal pain, appreciate stillness.Read More
"The phrase “two halves of life” was first popularized by Carl Jung, the Swiss psychologist. He says that there are two major tasks. In the first half [of life] you've got to find your identity, your significance; you create your ego boundaries, your ego structure, what I call “the creating of the container.” But that's just to get you started. In the second half of life, once you've created your ego structure, you finally have the courage to ask: What is this all for? What am I supposed to do with this? Is it just to protect it, to promote it, to defend it, or is there some deeper purpose? The search for meaning is the task of the second half of life." -- Richard RohrRead More
Highlights from one of the most life-affirming travel experiences of my adulthood.Read More
AnneMarie Ladlad created this digital space on Formation of a Filipinx American for women-identifying filipinxs to individually + collectively #reclaim the phrase #WalangHiya, which has been traditionally used to shame. I wrote this poem-prose hybrid as a contribution to the project and my personal reclamation.Read More
A Saturday of singing and jamming!Read More
On March 10, 2017, 6:30-9:00pm, Queens Arts Council hosted "Celebrating Queens Women Artists"- a tribute to Queens-based women and emerging artists in public service, business, technology, and community development programs.Read More