It’s been a wacky year and gift-giving may or may not look different for you than it has in the past. Perhaps instead of wandering around stores listening to holiday music and picking up trinkets here and there for those we love, you’ve turned to online shopping and delivery.

In…


It’s been a while since I’ve dedicated a piece to wholeness. We know that the concepts of wellness and self-care feel inaccessible to people for a plethora of reasons. Most of which have to do with capitalism, anti-blackness, and misogyny. For a deeper explanation of how the wellness industry has…


Photo taken by: Shihab Nymur

For some of us, this is week one of remote work and/or sheltering in place. For others of us, it is week two of this whole ordeal. Congrats on making it to this point.

Quick shoutout to the superheroes amongst us, folks that are still going to work providing services…


Over the past year, I have been realigning each aspect of my life to reflect a tenet of wholeness. Spiritual reckoning is the element that has been the most time-consuming. Spirituality has always been the core of how I learned to live in the world, how I related to others…


Actively Failing at Resting: Searching for Others Afflicted by the Busyness Bug

Dear Tribe,

Happy Sunday to you! In some of our respective cultures, a day of rest and meditation has theoretically been built into the “framework” of the week. For those of us in the Christian faith, the sabbath…


In honor of my little brother who is in the process of trying to understand adulthood and manhood.

a·dult: adjective

having attained full size and strength; grown up; mature:an adult person, animal, or plant.

of, relating to, or befitting adults.

intended for adults; not suitable for children:adult entertainment.

Since we…


Happy 2019 Tribe!

This year has been a doozy for me. There were vibrant highs and extreme lows. But overall it was a decent year and I started a few new projects that I am excited to share with all of you.

My goal for 2019 is to truly hone…


Back in October of 2018, I was at the precipice of a significant mental health breakdown. Honestly, it felt like nothing in my life was going right, although anybody who knows me personally would tell me otherwise. I had recently received a promotion at work, won some national awards for…


Today, Independence Day, has always been one of my favorite holidays since I was a kid. It has been my favorite holiday despite the fact that I am a product of immigrants and grew up on the poorer side of town. I have always felt blessed to have been the…


Why Wellness Rhetoric Is Isolating Our Youth and Bolstering the Culture of Loneliness and Inauthenticity (Part 1)

One of the common criticisms of American culture is that we are a nation that prizes individualism and commercialism. American society emphasizes personal growth and development. We take pride in the mythic ability…

Kristina Mereigh

Wholeness Expert, Wellness Coach, Public Health enthusiast, Strong commitment to providing tools for people to live whole, and fulfilling lives & combat stress.

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