Sofia Isabel Kavlin

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A poem about discovering our parents’ unlikely victories.

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A poem about feeling like there’s no room…

A poem about pervasive thoughts.

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Should your passion become your career?

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Why sugar matters for your cycles and your sex drive.

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Bed time routine with intention.

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  1. Bid the last sun rays farewell from your open window.
  2. Gaze down at the the passerby's on their way back home. Embrace the smallness of your existence and laugh at your concerns.
  3. Acknowledge your small ecosystem: living-room succulent, table-top spider and pantry ant.
  4. Splash water on your face and cleanse the frown off your forehead.
  5. Brush away the judgement with a mint-flavored toothpaste, make space for a genuine smile.
  6. Stop by that forgotten hallway painting, notice a detail that you had never seen before.
  7. Send a thoughtful message. Tell someone you care before leaving your phone for the night.
  8. Step into your room, thoughts at the door where your shoes belong.
  9. Undress with consciousness, drop the mask on the ground and crawl in bed bare.
  10. Lights off and your racing mind along with it.

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Female generalists and the paradox of choice.

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Using game methods to translate city plans into actionable steps for citizens.

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In our globalized and urban world, cities have a unique role and responsibility to ensure that people and nature alike can thrive.

Sofia Isabel Kavlin

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