Do you ever wonder why I always look for exits every time we go out?
This week taught me that when Self-Love is difficult we strap on our boots, roll up our sleeves and get to work. We make a list of what is priority to us and find ways to incorporate those things into our days. We don't move against the new rhythm of the season, we wait until we have internalized it's consistency and understand its depths then we move with it.
Personification: A short piece about the entities who use their power for good but more often evil.
I'm naturally a "realist", who often borders pessimist. I assume the worst will happen then allow myself to be surprised by the best. This Self-Love Sunday I am focusing on gratitude (again) because I often find myself believing that no ones owes me anything. So, I’m learning to be grateful when I get more than I bargained for
A tribute to a whirlwind of a woman whose gift has changed lives forever
A glimpse into my maternal grandmother's birthday celebration through the eyes of her eldest grandchild.
This is a poem I wrote during a very difficult breakup. For years I haven’t shared it out of respect for the other person involved. I’m sharing it today because a healthy amount of time has finally passed.
Self-Love is about feeding yourself exactly what you need to grow. Your Self-Love Journey shouldn’t leave you alone and sad so if you find that it is, darling you’re doing it wrong.