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.
What We Can Learn About Authenticity from Elizabeth Gaskell's Wives and Daughters
Being honest can be an act of great love.
Measuring Time, Meditating on Motherhood: Dom La Nena's Album, 'Tempo'
Explore memory, time, and motherhood through the themes of this mediative, multilingual work.
A Songwriter Explains How Every Woman Can Tap Into Her Creative Process
An interview with singer-songwriter Lizzy Shell
Five Recent Films with Humanizing Scripts for our Times
Movies that offer a glimpse into different cultures' human stories.
Immersed in Imperfection: The Thrill of Learning a New Language
Insights from Jhumpa Lahiri’s book 'In Other Words'
Post-Work Personal Art Gallery: A Delightful Way to Drink In the Summer Months
A clever way to unwind and settle into summer leisure
Harnessing The Pain of Rejection For Personal Growth
How to handle rejection with grace
Celebrating National Siblings Day with Your Adult Siblings
Staying in touch
What a Month with Emily Post Taught Me About Etiquette
Learning from the classic volume on politeness
Relating to the Natural World: What Nature Writing Can Teach Us
Learning from the classics
What the Romantics Can Teach Us About Emotional Regulation
Learning from literature and poetry
What I Learned from a Month of Writing Letters to Myself
A peaceful practice
Invisible Wonders: Rediscovering the Childlike with The Little Prince
Lessons from a childhood classic
Cultivating Meaningful Connection with a Victorian-Era Parlor Game
Having fun with Proust’s Questionnaire