Culture & Intellect News The IntellectualHappy Holidays! Love, Us Posted on December 25, 2017January 27, 20201 minute readbyThe Darling Team From ours to yours, have a wonderful holiday season. Love, The Darling Team (+ a few more of us not pictured here!) Photo by Jason Barbagelott Total 10 Shares Like Tweet Pin it 10 The Darling Team This post is brought to you by the Darling Team! To learn more about who we are, please visit our Meet Our Team page. Previous Article Creativity Heart & Soul The Dreamer How to Set Your Intention For a New Year Posted on December 24, 2017January 27, 2020byKacey Waxler View Post Next Article Relationships Relationships & Advice The Confidant Wisdom Tuesday Quotable: The Cure for FOMO Posted on December 26, 2017January 27, 2020byThe Darling Team View Post You May Also Like View Post The Intellectual How to Celebrate and Uplift Asian Culture Posted on April 27, 2021April 12, 2021bySarah James View Post The Intellectual A Roundtable With Darling: A Year Since ‘Safer at Home’ Posted on April 21, 2021April 21, 2021byThe Darling Team View Post The Intellectual On Learning to Fully Embrace My Chinese American Identity Posted on April 20, 2021April 12, 2021byWaresa Hu View Post The Intellectual To Listen or To Censor in a World of Differences Posted on March 24, 2021March 22, 2021byDiana Rivera View Post The Intellectual Women in History Whose Names You May Not Have Learned in Grade School Posted on March 23, 2021March 15, 2021bySarah James View Post The Intellectual Words To Live by From Women Who Made History Posted on March 8, 2021March 1, 2021byOlivia Novato View Post The Intellectual An Ode to Women’s History Month Posted on March 5, 2021March 5, 2021byShelbi Polk View Post Culture Culture & Intellect Interviews The Intellectual What Intersectionality Looks Like in the Real World Posted on March 2, 2021February 19, 2021byAnna Nti-Asare 2 comments Am about 1/2 way through the ‘Purpose’ issue. I really like the format and find the articles extraordinary. Sara’s article on reframing your pain as purpose speaks so well to what it feels like to suffer from anxiety and depression. I get it. There is hope. In trying to be our best self, to navigate ourp paths, I really appreciate a realistic portrayal of all of what it means to be a woman. Thanks. Reply This is so awesome to hear! Thank you for sharing with us and for being a part of the Darling tribe! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Your Comment * Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.