Self-Improvement: Mindful Monday journal prompts

Self improvement journal prompts; In A Society That Profits From Your Self Doubt, Liking Yourself Is A Rebellious Act.

23 Reflection

Twenty-three was an overwhelming year with many lessons, healing, trials and tribulations, and memories I will cherish forever. From beach days to back roads, I paved my path as I navigated many changes.  “Without lows, there can be no highs. Without sadness, there can be no happiness, Without darkness, no light. However, in knowing these... Continue Reading →

What I learned in 2021

It has been quite a year embedded with lessons revolving around surrender, teaching me to cultivate a deep sense of trust in God's plan. I learned about valuing each moment, reframing my thoughts, and honoring my body's needs. Here are some of the lessons I learned in 2021. To every thing there is a season,... Continue Reading →

Reflection Fuels Growth 

I spent time reflecting on a bonfire as music played in the background and day slowly faded into night. My heart was heavy as I reflected on many moments throughout my past. This time has truly brought out the depth within me that I sometimes try to suppress. I have enabled myself to look back... Continue Reading →

A Space for Growth

This past Spring semester I intended to take five classes. In the midst of life’s uncertainty, I desire to always be one step ahead of the game. When the Coronavirus began to make the news, I was finishing up my 3rd eight-week class and about to start my last two classes for the semester. I... Continue Reading →

April Showers Bring May Flowers

A common saying is April Showers Bring May Flowers and boy did April bring some rainy days. I cried a lot more than normal this month. Shedding old memories and the death of self-sabotaging behaviors as I embraced the discomfort that accompanies the growth process. My times were filled with yoga, journaling, and maintaining and... Continue Reading →

Are Stagnancy and Growth Synonymous?

Written: Nov. 19, 2019 I’ve had some time to think lately. A lot of time to think, actually. I’ve spoken with people who feel the same way recently. Confused, uncertain, and a little lost. I found comfort in knowing the similarity of emotions being felt or, personally speaking, the lack of emotion. Quite frankly, the... Continue Reading →

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