The Barefoot Aya

Resilience in Natural Healthcare

Year: 2014

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What You May Not Know About Recycling

Even though we are nearing the end of 2014, recycling has been around for awhile, and we’re undergoing dangerous climate change, some people still do not know exactly how or what to recycle, what they can safely throw away, and what they can compost.

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Personal Tips to Help Depression

The following post is a realistic account of my experiences with depression. The post starts off with a rant and tapers off into an informative post about Depression. I’ve decided to leave the rant in case anyone wanted to see a more in-depth look into my current thoughts and feelings. If you choose to ignore this part of the post, please scroll down to the next break. This entire post has been brought to you by insomnia, experiences with Depression, and World Suicide Prevention Day.

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Fleeting Interactions

There are so many times in our lives when we look at someone or start talking to someone and there’s an instant connection. They’re beautiful, maybe fleeting, and maybe they last forever. They may happen anywhere and at anytime. Sometimes […]

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How I Became a Feminist

This is a bit long, but I ask that you bear with me and take the time to read the whole thing if you can. Try not to be turned off by what I say, any misspellings, any grammar issues, and try […]

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Accepting the Unknown

  After traveling to different places and constantly shifting gears to change with the locations and people I’m surrounded by, I can’t help but get a little depressed every time I must leave to take on a new adventure, despite […]

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Late Night Rant

For about one night every two weeks or so, I just can’t get to sleep unless I write something down. Usually, it makes little sense and sometimes it makes a lot of sense. Sometimes, I’ll edit it or transform it […]