9 is a good number. Being on cloud 9 is even better. I’ve seriously been that way since these products came into my life. Some from FabFitFun, some from Influenster and a lot from CVS (’cause I roll that way), but these are my staple products I can’t go without rolling into the heat of […]Read more "On Cloud 9"
New year. New day. New resolutions to set. I want 2018 to be a year of exploration, both within myself and of others. To hone in on my empathy so that it helps me to help others in ways I wouldn’t be able to do in the past. To put my emotions aside and make […]Read more "2018 Resolutions"
full·ness ˈfo͝olnəs/ noun 1. the state of being filled to capacity. Thousands of things go viral on social media every day. Most are totally useless videos and memes, but some strike you and make you really think. I read a story (here) that talked about wishing someone “enough.” No more and no less than what […]Read more "Fullness"
There is pure chaos laced throughout our country right now. Unfortunately, we’ve been in this position before due to narrow-minded people and the idea that some are greater than others. The concept is nothing new, but the one thing that’s always existed alongside hurt and confusion… is love. For every ignorant comment, there’s one full of […]Read more "What’s Your Language?"
Dear Fellow Millennials, We need to wake up. We’ve been living in a virtual world for far too long. Life used to be so simple without technology clouding every move we make. When’s the last time you went an entire day without checking your phone? Without technically being five places at once? We’re all guilty […]Read more "An Open Letter to the “Greener” Generation"
As far as I can find, no one’s ever investigated the feeling of “missing” someone or something. Where does it truly come from? I guess this is because everyone experiences it to a different degree for everything. We never really think about it – but the person sitting at the desk behind you right now […]Read more "The Feeling of “Missing”"
Love is an emotion the brain recognizes. Like pain, happiness, or fear. You physically feel the affects of love. How does the brain know to do that? If you scrape your knee once the brain will always associate that feeling you had the first time with it, but with the “symptoms” of love, the brain […]Read more "Friday Night Thoughts"