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Making a Better World Starts
by Designing Your Good Life

In May for Mental Health Awareness Month,
we are partnering with The Outrage
on a special Good Life collection:

This limited-edition collection of products is designed to help our community of activists and changemakers choose self-care as we continue to fight for social change.

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“I've known Rebecca, the founder of The Outrage, for a while and I've long admired her passionate commitment to social change. There's nobody I’d rather work with than The Outrage's incredible community of changemakers.”

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The Outrage is a hub for activism — providing both the scaffolding and venue to make change a reality via sustained civic engagement.

They encourage their community to KEEP. SHOWING. UP.
They talk about finding your lane and putting the pedal to the metal.
Self-care and self-preservation are SO important.


In the words of Marlee Grace,
"We need you for the long run. No sprints here, only walks."

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Dive Deeper + Act Now

We hope you remember to rest.
To protect yourself + your mental wellbeing. To set boundaries.
To challenge and change your Dominant Stories.
To live your
Good Life.

We hope you remember to rest.
To protect yourself + your mental wellbeing. To set boundaries.
To challenge and change your Dominant Stories.
To live your
Good Life.

Here are some resources to help you:


The Lightmaker's Manifesto
by Karen Walrond

Leadership coach, lawyer, photographer, and activist Karen Walrond knows that when you care deeply about the world, light can seem hard to find. But when your activism grows out of your joy—and vice versa—you begin to see light everywhere.


Radically Content
by Jamie Varon

Jamie takes a sharp, incisive look at the industries that are constantly telling us to do more, be more, and keep striving, pushing, and hustling—and shows you how to radically opt out of societal conditioning.


Dominant Stories with Jess Weiner
produced by Shondaland Audio and iHeartRadio

Dominant Stories is a conversation series that reclaims and rewrites the stories we’ve been told about ourselves. Through witty, curious, and hopeful conversations with celebrated guests, we’ll challenge + change them.

Actions for you to take:


National Alliance on Mental Illness:
Tell Congress to Fund Mental Health Research

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is a United States-based advocacy group originally founded as a grassroots group by family members of people
diagnosed with mental illness.

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Mental Health America:
Support the Pursuing Equity in Mental Health Act

This Act supports research, improves the pipeline of  providers, builds outreach teams that reduce stigma, and develops programs to manage bias and reduce disparities in access/delivery of mental health for Black + Brown youth.

Articles to expand your awareness:


Caring for Ourselves as Political Warfare
by Adrienne Maree Brown

Adrienne invites Adaku Utah, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha and Susan Raffo to generate an offering
of practices to restore us to ourselves, and to recenter
us on why we are here and doing this work.

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'Self-Care' Isn't the Fix for Late-Pandemic Malaise
by Jamil Zaki

Self-care alone won't fulfill people's psychological needs. After many months in relative isolation, we must reclaim connection and meaning. That comes not just from caring for ourselves but also from caring for one another.

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