Welcome back stranger. – says me to myself, my inner writer self. Funny how we can become accustomed to doing something that gives us joy and then one day we leave it behind reminiscing in the joy we once had while engaging in said activity. Writing gives me so much joy and I closed my… Read More I cried on the gym floor. It was self-care<3
Its been awhile. I think that is the best way to start this blog. So much has happened and not happened since I last wrote. I have had bad dreams, good dreams, success, failures and everything in between. I find it super hard to write, let alone find the time to write. I have lost… Read More He is my person.
We took a yoga class together last night. Of all the things that we could have been doing, or should I say, you could have been doing, but you chose to take a yoga class with me. A hot yoga class at that. Lately, it seems that we cannot agree on a lot of things… Read More Today’s Haiku Is Yoga.
Up to this point in my life, I have spent a lot of time alone and doing things that typical people do with other people, all by myself. I found comfort in being alone and in complete solitude. I never thought that where I am now is where I was going to be for the… Read More Metanioa.
One of my biggest goals moving to Ohio, was to be happy. A part of the reason I wasn’t genuinely happy in Florida was, because I didn’t really get out and make friends that I could just up an do things with. I secluded myself inside and I enjoyed being alone. An unhealthy amount of… Read More Her name is G. Put Sum Respek on it
Have you ever woke up after a peaceful night of sleep, look around at everything life has given you, and thank the universe for the way it has turned and rotated, to bring you where you are now? Yeah? Well thats me, continuously over the last 6 weeks. I moved back to Ohio from Florida… Read More This is our story <3.
For decades, women have suffered through oppression and being silenced by our male counterparts. Fighting for equality in every aspects of our lives, voting was just the beginning of the struggle. In America today women are paid 20% less than our male counterparts, according to the Institute for Womens Policy Research. One third more women… Read More To end oppression means to redefine the standards and create new normalcies.