Mindful Monday: Overcoming Fears Part Two

Happy MINDFUL MONDAY, focusing on how to overcome anxiety: part two. Last week allowed you to pinpoint a fear that is prominent in your life. This week, these questions will help you determine how to handle the source of anxiety that is most prevalent for you at this moment. These past narratives are typically present because... Continue Reading →

Morning Routine

Why I Believe in a Simplified, Diverse Morning Routine A morning routine provides consistency for our bodies and allows us to remain centered throughout the day. Our bodies' needs are constantly changing. By focusing on three simple components of well-being (mind, body, and soul), one set themselves up for success. When we set the day... Continue Reading →

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 →

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