I'm pumped for this post because I consider myself an expert on this getting over a breakup (hehe). Here are the exact "tools" I've used before & swear by!
Wow. Can you believe that this year will be over in less than 30 days now?!
Hey, yall! I have recently teamed up with Erica of Inspirational Nectar, a lovely lifestyle blog focused on empowering young women, to bring you something special. Here are "20 Inspirational Quick Fixes" for when you're in a creative slump. You will find 10 on my blog and the other 10 on hers.
I am a big believer that positive thinking can truly change what happens to you and how you perceive it. Adopting this belief has changed my life. So, for my own enjoyment, and to help anyone else in need of a little boost, I compiled a list of my all-time favorite affirmations. I repeat these to myself in the morning, write them on sticky notes, and meditate with them. Repetition of these positive and empowering phrases will manifest beautiful change in your life!
I wrote this poem when I was in the midst of a really bad bout of anxiety. It is about my personal experience with mental health issues and the shame I used to feel about them. My perception of myself was so skewed and I felt very unloved at the time, but I am recovered now and just hope to help anyone who is feeling this! If you fight for the Good, it will always win more than the Bad ever will!
Room tour & Decor Ideas for Dorms/Apartments. Being in a new town far away from family, I knew I would feel alone and anxious at times, so I made it a priority to make my room a sacred space.
The woods sparkle tonight With lightening bugs, they say But if I had to I would Name it magic, anyway
I ponder love I’ve lost And love yet to be consumed Imagining adventures That have yet to be presumed
And life is but a wave In which joy will ebb and flow But here inside this sanction You would never even know
Gratitude possesses me And fills me with it’s light As the flames dance And the stars glow And the woods sparkle tonight
The woods sparkle tonight Bouncing sweetly tree to tree But the river isn’t bothered And it carries on dutifully
I’m reminded of my youth That so-called simpler time But the hands that made life less than simple Now, are only mine
I call upon my wisdom As it seems to reside here In nature’s own sweet stillness And her chaos without fear
And time will not stop for anyone In her reckless raging might But the embers still burn And the earth still turns And the woods sparkle tonight
Hello, dear readers! My apologies for the lack of posts lately. As some of you might know, I am in the midst of moving to Nashville! Because of this, I have been in a state of massive overwhelm. And if you’re anything like me, when you have a billion things to do, you end up doing none of them. So basically, I have been trying to spend a lot of time with friends and family and soak up as much of Florida as I can before I head off to Nashville!
Last weekend I had an amazing, healing conversation with someone who I’d of never guessed I could have the conversation with. An ex. Not just any ex, though. An ex that I was out of my mind crazy in love with. An ex that I had a very confusing hard breakup with. One of those breakups where you sit in bed and eat nothing but ramen noodles and watch Netflix and cry for 30 days straight. It was ROUGH.