How do you react when someone doesn’t speak your language? Are you one to become upset or want to know more? I think that language is key to how we function, but it might not always appear in the ways you expect it to. I am currently on winter break which is always an interesting … More understanding without language
Weeks ago, I wrote about priorities and choices. I wrote about my top priority always being the warm embrace of happiness. Throughout life, our choices may be limited or affected by our environments which question our commitments to that which matters the most. I left undergrad in a place that was uncertain but proud. I … More Back to Top Priorities
Semi-Structure Mini Rant about how fake and sick my view of my world is. And gee, was it cathartic. … More I’m Trying Not To Care
The world could use a little love and help from you. Let’s find your Super Power today! … More Heros Wanted: What’s Your Super Power?
Don’t praise workaholism and scratch your head at the decline of someone’s holistic health. … More Busy Bees in the Spring
No one likes making tough decisions. These 6 steps will help you get through those tough times! All you have to do is decide to read it. 😉 … More How to Make Decisions
After this summer, I know two things for sure: if you truly want something, it is yours to have, and also remain flexible, because you’ll never know where this world will take you. With a positive mindset and a good amount of stubbornness, I have no doubt that you can turn life’s unfortunate events into … More Wunderlust
“Now that he was safe from the world outside he was being attacked from within his own head.” – Cal by Bernard Maclaverty, p.106. The art process is very vulnerable and uncertain. Much of the time that I spend working alone is filled with doubts and negativity from my mind. Art involves so much self … More Rest Your Mind
“You’d never invite a thief into your house. So why would you allow thoughts, that steal your joy, to make themselves at home in your mind?” -repost by Healthy Light Often, we are our own worst enemies and biggest critics. For some reason, our brains are wired to lean more towards the negative. Remaining pessimistic … More Why Do You Welcome Thieves?