I’m not sure if I’ve disclosed this before, but I keep a running list of topic ideas for my blog, just to always make sure I’m being present in life, but honest and transparent in the execution of sharing my life with you all. What this means is that since March 2018, when I began … Continue reading Silence Is Golden
So many of us were conditioned to view our family members and peers as competition. We are always racing to be the best at everything, or know more about anything than anyone, that we never take the time to consider the fact that there is quite literally no rush when it comes to life. The … Continue reading In Comparison
I’ve seen a lot of people talk about engaging with people—whether that is on social media or in person—for the sole purpose of networking. And, maybe two to three years ago, I was someone who believed that networking was something I needed to do to get ahead. However, the more I grow in life, the … Continue reading Social Validation
Fear is so often expressed as a feeling, an emotion that feels like being frozen in place or watching your life pass you by. It is what we use to describe how we feel in car accidents or the first time someone hit us or yelled at us. It is how we convince ourselves to … Continue reading Fear as a Home
self-deprecating [ self-dep-ri-key-ting, self- ] adjective belittling or undervaluing oneself; excessively modest. Something super popular amongst my fellow millennials is how unwilling we are to be proud of ourselves, celebrate our wins too loudly, or allow others to compliment us for accomplishing excellent things. We brush off their kind words with jabs at ourselves, downplay how … Continue reading The Curse of Being Self-Deprecating
One of my least favorite parts about the healing space or “industry” is how love-centered it is. From religion to guided meditation to angel cards to crystals, people largely get into “healing” as a response to feeling rejected romantically, not being pursued romantically, or dealing with someone they once loved romantically moving on to someone … Continue reading What About Your Friends?
In my opinion, we all need someone to share our successes in life with. Whether that’s a partner, parent, friend, or sibling, it’s important, as a human, to feel seen and heard by someone in your corner. It only makes sense that we spend a large part of our lives in pursuit of that level … Continue reading Ending Codependency