If someone collected my journals after I died they could write a long book about my boring ole life. When I go back through my old journals it is like I am reading a story about someone else’s life. Not mine. Reading back and seeing where I was at emotionally this time last year or… Continue reading Flashback to Last February
There are so many little and big lessons that you learn when travelling alone on the road. Hands-down this was the best choice that I have made to serve myself. I really stress the importance of carving out time for your own personal road trip. The beginning of this July I made my car into… Continue reading Lessons From My Road Trip
Recently I have been faced with the challenge of choosing my own happiness over the happiness of others. It’s a common pattern for me though. Most of my life I have had this personal programming that I am a “people pleaser” and that I will do anything to make others happy. Literally the word “people… Continue reading Stand Up and Take a 360 Degree View of Your Potential
School was really tough for me, especially college. I honestly thought I was going to fail out. Every time I had a big project coming up that I felt unprepared for I would get physically get sick. Two finals on the same day? I was in tears, head in the toilet. Maybe it was the… Continue reading Turn Your Weakness Into Your Strength
“Living out your dream is the most radical act of self-love” – Antonina Romano Bongiovanni This was the basis of an incredible conversation I had with my good friend Antonina up in Mount Sanitas earlier this week. Tuesday afternoon Antonina and I went for a hike and my emotions were clearly showing up in… Continue reading Love and Trust Your Reality
Sometimes I get so overwhelmed that my body completely breaks down. My mind will shut off and I end up in a panic. A panic that runs so deep that I am unable to think about anything except for the anxiety and pain I have just created. But this had to have been the shortest… Continue reading Do Not Panic
Sometimes I sit in awe and think to myself, “How did I end up here?” A few days ago I was sitting 6,224 feet in the air watching the sun fall down behind a sea of blue mountain peaks. These mountains they go on for hundreds of miles. It almost looks like it will never… Continue reading How Did I End Up Here?