Lindsey Weishar enjoys traveling, exploring the origins of words, and reading. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing, and is happiest when writing poetry and sipping Earl Grey.
Having fun with Proust’s Questionnaire
Embracing the limits of social interaction and our changing lives
The true definition of gentleness is more nuanced than we may think
A lesson on embracing the “unprecious” and letting go of quarantine guilt
Poetry doesn’t have to be confusing
Letting go of anxiety
Keeping those relationships close
Valuable knowledge and experience gained while volunteering at a tea festival
These famously long novels can teach us that personal growth takes time
"Kedi" reminds us that we can always positively impact the space around us.
"Gratitude" is more than just a trite buzzword.
Give yourself time to grow.
The red-headed heroine has a lot to teach when it comes to love.
What I learned from Willa Cather's Alexandra Bergson about resilience.