Not All Dumpster Fire: My 2016 Year in Review

Not All Dumpster Fire: My 2016 Year in Review

2016 was one heck of a rollercoaster. From political elections to personal life events, the year was unpredictable. Yes, some parts were a dumpster fire, but some parts were incredibly rewarding. I did not foresee the winding path I took this year, and though I still feel nomadic, the journey has been worth it. I chased opportunities to Boston and back, and took my YouTube game to the next level. Here are some of my highlights from the year.

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My Winding Journey Through Post Grad Adulting

My Winding Journey Through Post Grad Adulting

Move. Start getting situated. Surprise! Move again. That's been the rhythm of my life. I've moved 10 times and had 4 jobs since graduating last year. An average of every other month I've had to find a new place, meet new roommates, and cough up advance rent. I've been chasing opportunities, bouncing between sublets, and taking things one month at a time.

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Waking Up to Trump's America & Post-Election Pep Talk

Waking Up to Trump's America & Post-Election Pep Talk

Racism, and all, bigotry, is rooted in selfishness. It’s rooted in the idea that I’m fundamentally more important than you. My needs and desires are more important than yours. I’m more deserving than you. My humanity trumps your humanity. Trump’s win shows us where we are as a country.

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Intersectionality with Rowan Ellis

Intersectionality with Rowan Ellis

I’m turning my intersectionality videos into a series! Rowan gave me the suggestion, so I was delighted to be able to sit down with her at VidCon and have her in the second installment. In this conversation, Rowan talks about how the intersection of her identities as a queer woman has affected her experience, as well as influencing how her mental health is perceived. 

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