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The taste of virtue: Meal boxes as self-improvement

By Rachel Katz It’s Wednesday night and you just got home after another night of accidentally working too late. You’re...

The scolding mirror and productivity: Marie Kondo and friends

By Kristin Mueller-Heaslip Dear reader, does your life feel out of control? Is your home overwhelmed with stuff, impossible to...

The dual mirror of Instagram fitness

By Rachel Katz When we resolve to “get in shape”, we’re setting a pretty general goal that could anything from...

Welcome to the new you: Self-improvement and subjectivity

Well, here we are, nearly at the end of January. The fun (and not so fun) holiday memories are a...

The three main characters from "Stalker" sit in a hallway, which is being flooded by rain.

Reflections from the Room

But how can I put a name to – what it is that I want? How am I to know...

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Kristin Mueller-Heaslip writes about group relations and psychoanalysis in the course of her work at Bureau Kensington. In her other life she is an independent music and theatre artist and the mother of two small children and one elderly basset hound. She occasionally blogs about other stuff at Scintillator.

Rachel Katz is the digital assistant at Bureau Kensington Inc. She is an MA student in philosophy and bioethics. She is an experienced journalist and editor, and in her spare time runs Fork in Progress, a cooking and baking Instagram blog for students and young professionals.