My Group Therapy Experience (…it was a Fail)

Back in May, I was invited by a long time friend of mine to join group therapy cause we both felt like we could really benefit from it. If you didn’t know, May was considered ‘Mental Health Awareness’ month. And for the sake of privacy, I won’t mention the practice that held the therapy sessions. […]

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“It’s a Cruel, Cruel Summer” // June Favorites

It took everything in my mind, body, and soul to get this blog post out today. There’s been so much going on in my personal/family life, learning a new job, and also still dealing with creative (writer’s) block, and chronic fatigue. Thanks for bearing with me! In between working, I’ve been making space for as […]

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Night Cap: A Playlist

A playlist for when you’re riding in the car with bae, either before or after a nice date night. You should be home and relaxed by the end of the last track. It’s a little over 2 hours long, enjoy! *This is also good to listen to if you’re chilling solo and just want to […]

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Biggest Pet Peeves

According to Vocabulary.com, “A pet peeve is a particular thing that bugs you every time. If your pet peeve is how people misuse words, you’re in the right place. A peeve is an annoyance, and a pet peeve is an annoyance that’s nurtured like a pet — it’s something someone can never resist complaining about. There are […]

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How I Am Healing My Mother Wound

The mother wound can be defined as your mother not being emotionally attuned and available to you as a child. She may have been present physically but emotionally absent (Dr. Mari Kovanen).

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555 : Unexpected Blessings

Let me tell you about the power of manifestation. I promise I won’t hold you too long. One of the ways I like to manifest is through scripting/law of attraction. Manifesting during the full and new moon cycles seem to be the most powerful times for me.

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Book Review: More Than Enough

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve had the pleasure of reading and finishing one of New York Times Bestseller’s: “More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say)” by: Elaine Welteroth with a foreword by: Ava Duvernay. This book is nonfiction and part-memoir with an emphasis on Elaine’s career […]

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