To Tell You The Truth

To tell you the truth, I am not always the best at saying how I feel. I don't always know a word that coincides with a particular emotion. Sometimes, there just isn't a word. There is no description to define it. It is just what it is, a feeling. Feelings are funny things, you know? … Continue reading To Tell You The Truth

This Party is L-I-T! 🔥

How many of you have your party hats?! Well I hope you're ready to not put them on, because fortunately for you... you aren't invited to this party. We've all been there at one time or another. Something doesn't turn out the way we envisioned or maybe you feel like you’re stuck and unsure what … Continue reading This Party is L-I-T! 🔥

5 Impactful Lessons You Should Have Learned From Heartbreak

Article taken from http://www.thoughtcatalog.com Written by: Natalie Greagor, of http://www.nataliegreagor.com I’d like to describe some of our failed relationships like this: We meet someone. We see red flags. We ignore the red flags because we see the good or potential in them. We begin to try hard to get them to see this potential for … Continue reading 5 Impactful Lessons You Should Have Learned From Heartbreak

Going back to Cali

Tomorrow I leave for a short trip back to the place that stole my heart, California. To be more specific, San Diego. My flight is booked and I am going to see a long time friend from my college days! We haven't seen each other in at least 10-15 years but have kept in touch … Continue reading Going back to Cali

Marinating Thoughts

Learning to love myself has been a strange yet beautiful process for me over the years. It has transformed me, my life and my relationships. To be completely honest, loving myself, has not exactly been the easiest thing to do. I held on to the belief I was "too much," or just "too difficult to … Continue reading Marinating Thoughts

It will always be okay

I feel extremely blessed and grateful to the few friends in my life that have been so kind and patient with me during a long overdue life transition. This transition has not been easy. Thank goodness for that! If it was easy, I would not be learning and experiencing the growth that have during this … Continue reading It will always be okay

“Can I get a clean up on aisle, Me?”

Picture this: you're walking through the grocery store, pushing a cart full of groceries, minding your own business. Then, all of a sudden, over the stores' intercom system you hear, "Attention shoppers. We've got quite a mess on our hands here. Please stay off aisle [insert your name here]. We're working hard to clean up … Continue reading “Can I get a clean up on aisle, Me?”

Consider This When Considering Moving

Planning your next move? Thinking about a new place to live? Or maybe you're already in the final stages of moving? Whichever the case, let's face it, moving is stressful. Whether a move across town or move across the country, make sure to consider a few things first... Employment: if you can, try to set … Continue reading Consider This When Considering Moving

The Empty Box

I once received a gift. This gift came from a very dear friend. A friend who I had known all my life. It was wrapped in the most beautiful wrapping paper my eyes had ever seen. Not one crease was misaligned. Every piece of tape was perfectly placed in just the right spot. The bow … Continue reading The Empty Box

Can You Hear It?

Can you hear it? I have ignored the sound of my own inner voice for a long time now. It is now that I choose to finally wake up and listen. I have spent many years taking the same trip, going in the same circle, beating my head against the same brick wall, but today … Continue reading Can You Hear It?