Monthly Archives: December 2017
It’s okay to take a break from all your family members, or to take a hiatus from seeing your friends for a couple of weeks. Especially if this means that you will grow and be a better person because of it.
To anyone who has been emotionally, physically, or mentally abused by close family. To anyone who cannot come out to their family. To anyone who has lost family support because you stood in your truth. This is for you. You are precious gem in this often soulless world. You will find a chosen family. You […]
Something you might not know about me is that I moved close to 1000 miles away from my parent’s home to start college at a liberal arts school. Not entirely unusual, except that all of my peers are long-gone from this small Colorado town, while I’m still here 6 years later. Walking around campus […]
I get a call from someone impersonating an officer, with all my information, concerned about missing a court appearance for jury duty. Not only have I never even been called in to jury duty, but I have also never had any experience with missing a court date. I fell into the trap of listening to […]
There’s nothing worse than floating around in a directionless space. But we have all experienced, most likely on a daily basis, ourselves constantly critiquing and comparing ourselves to everyone physically around us and in our newsfeeds. The antidote to feeling lost? Using your Comparison Envy as a teaching tool for what you truly want. A […]
As I mentioned in my previous post, one of my recent dreams of actually having a festive holiday season, on my terms, has been coming true. I wanted to explore this story a little more, and talk about my first-ever experience with visualization and manifestation. I have been exploring this topic recently, and learned […]
In the past week, I have re-framed my mindset to this: Set It + Get It. It’s that simple. What’s important to note is that half the work is in setting the goal itself. And you know why? Because we get tripped up in thoughts like this: “what’s the point of it all anyway? what’s […]
I’m one of those people who frequently looks for ways to have my mind blown. For the first time ever, I was introduced to Plutchik’s Wheel of Emotions, and I feel like I have been reunited with a long-lost friend. By looking at this graph, you can easily identify the “regions” in which we are allowing […]
We forget to focus on the third part of our self-care trinity: the soul.