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About Natasha Dawn

Natasha Dawn

Natasha Dawn

Natasha is the Content Coordinator and in-house Editor for Daily Life. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta, where she majored in English and minored in Women’s and Gender Studies. Although you won’t see her name as often as the other writers on the Daily Life team, she’s got her eyes on everything!

Chances are, if you’re reading an article about social justice on Daily Life, you’re hearing from Natasha. Exploring the diversity of the people in the world is endlessly fascinating to her, and she believes there is nothing quite as educational as a few hours of people-watching.

Natasha spends most of her time in local coffee shops sipping soy cappuccinos while bullet-journaling or reading creative nonfiction. You’ll also find her hanging from silks, hoops, and trapezes at her aerials studio a few times a week.

Latest Posts From Natasha Dawn

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Self-Care Sunday: Tackle Your To-Do’s

Happy Self-Care Sunday, Daily Life fam! I love my self-care rituals, and I like to think that I am great at self-care. But the self-care that I'm great at isn't always the self-care I actually need. So, here's my (potentially)... Read More
woman spending time alone to manage anxiety

How Spending More Time Alone Can Help You Manage Your Anxiety

When you have a mental illness, spending time alone can often be a double-edged sword. At least, that's how it's always felt to me. As much as I crave the calm and quiet of alone time, it can also be... Read More
morning tarot challenge for mindfulness

How a 5-Day Morning Tarot Challenge Helped Me Practice Mindfulness

This is not an article about the tarot. At least, not entirely. This past Christmas, my best friend presented me with my first tarot deck. Going into this challenge, I had absolutely no background in tarot. But the cards in... Read More
woman with seasonal affective disorder doing light therapy

A New Light: Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder

Listen, I can't believe I even have to say this, but since there still seems to be confusion surrounding whether or not Seasonal Affective Disorder is a real mental illness, let's start with this: Seasonal Affective Disorder is a real... Read More

3 Signs You Might Be an Ambivert - Between Introversion & Extroversion

If you're familiar with your Meyers-Briggs type, you probably already know which side of the introvert/extrovert divide you lie on. But, if you're anything like me, you might find yourself consistently scoring right on the cusp of introversion and... Read More

Speaking the Love Languages: Physical Touch

Hey, DL Family. Welcome to the final installment of my Speaking the Love Languages Series! Buckle up, because I have some pretty strong opinions on the Love Language of Physical Touch. (By the way, if you haven't read the introductory... Read More