There is a lot of pain in forgetting. If we were able to readily remember all that we've ever felt, seen, heard, tasted, or experienced, we would probably feel a lot less pain because we'd have the power of knowing... Knowledge is comforting, at times. Knowing who we are, what we've done, and what we're capable of goes a long way in removing fear, worry, and pain.
Everyone wants to change their life at some point, especially around the New Year (Happy New Year, New Decade, by the way!). It usually involves some big ideas and motivations that essentially mean "I don't want to live this way anymore..." I've been there. But here are some truths, some things to think about when… Continue reading Things To Consider When Trying To Change Your Life
I usually do a sort of achievement list at the end of each year. It's a way of patting myself on the back for progressing and achieving and doing good things for myself. But this year hasn't felt so great; I feel I have less to say and share with you guys. So, here's a… Continue reading My Personal List of Good Things From 2019
It's Christmas week for those of us who celebrate and so I'm talking about what's on my Christmas list: what I want and need to be a better version of myself in the new year. What's on your Christmas list? Click to play! Merry Christmas, guys! xx
The New Year (and New Decade) is on its way, and so I've been thinking about what energy I want to bring into 2020. What to do I want to be the focus of my year? How will I do better than before? How will I be happy and healthy next year? I think I… Continue reading Guiding Motto for 2020 (podcast)
With all the new things that have happened to me, and the new clothes, new friends, new situations, I feel like I'm becoming a new woman, hence this poem... New Woman Who knew that a person could gain a new coat of paint? And that this paint had the power to change everything? Clad… Continue reading New Woman (poem)
What would you say to your 5 years ago self if you were able to speak to them on the phone for 5 minutes? Who were you 5 years ago? What were you doing? How does it compare to now? And if you could speak to that version of yourself, what would you say? I'm… Continue reading Calling Yourself 5 Years Ago: What I Would Say to 19-Year-Old Me