I saw you then. I saw beneath the hurt. I saw behind the masks. It took a while for you to see you, and, I always did. As the years pass, I am un-becoming. Unbecoming what I should be, and becoming who I am. I will never become anything for anyone else. Who I am… Continue reading Unbecoming
Over the last few months – the concept for this post has been swirling in my mind. Each experience, I am going to reference in this post has in some way shaped my theory of the importance of space. I recently was selected and attended a fantastic Leadership training with my agency, where I had… Continue reading Leadership, Harry Potter and TED
Written for my Joshua. To love someone, to really love someone is to give them part of your heart. But, careful now. With that gift, you feel their pain. Really feel it. Physically, it hurts. Mentally, it’s devastating And even if you want to, you can’t fix it for them. But, if you don’t give… Continue reading Vulnerability Musings
Let go of… People that need to be let go of (trust yourself) Activities you feel obligated to do Guilt Feeling inadequate Walls that prevent developing and sustaining relationships The idea that you that you have not accomplishment by now what you THOUGHT you should have Anything that drains, sucks, or steals your energy or joy… Continue reading 1/30/2017
Note: This post will probably offend some. How I process issues is by writing about them. If you are offended, please remember that this blog is an outlet for me. I am aware that each of us has different political preferences, and I 100% respect those differences – likewise, please respect me. The Glass Ceiling… Continue reading The Glass Ceiling
There are few things that I hate in this world more than meal planning and meal prep. First off, by the time the meals are planned and the grocery shopping is done, I feel like the whole process has taken enough effort. I seriously have to cook this stuff now? Unbelievable. The holy grail of… Continue reading Meal Planning Monday
“Smile” “You look prettier when you smile” “Smile, it can’t be that bad” “Show me that pretty smile” Never once in my career, during college, out in public, etc. have I heard these words said to a man. I hear one of these statements at least once a week. I am a person who tends… Continue reading An innocent question, or more?