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Lilah James: Finding Balance After College, Not Burnout

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Lilah James: Finding Balance After College, Not Burnout

As a student at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia, fashion designer Lilah James used her personal experience with and journey through complex PTSD to inspire her designs, and creative a visual narrative through textiles and fabric construction. One notable example is the Shame and Guilt collection she created while still a student, which was captured in a documentary by director Glenn Holsten. Through her design work, Lilah explored themes of anxiety, coping and recovery through the lens of creativity, specifically fashion.   Life After College But when Lilah left college, she felt isolated, confused, alone. Like so...

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How to Be More Positive In Life (Even When Things Are Crappy)

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How to Be More Positive In Life (Even When Things Are Crappy)

Let’s talk about building our positivity muscles. That’s right, positivity can be trained and developed, so that we can battle against those feelings of negativity creeping in our heads. It’s not a quick fix, so you may not finish this post and immediately break out in song and dance. But these tips, if practiced, have been scientifically proven to make you a more positive person.

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