Focus on mental health should be every damn day. Hold my drink while I rant…

Good morning my dear friends ❤ I am sure most of you know that there was a couple high profile suicides last week in the US. My heart goes out to Kate Spade & Anthony Bourdain’s friends and families during this difficult time. I have been in a very conflicted state regarding the media and their … More Focus on mental health should be every damn day. Hold my drink while I rant…

REBLOG: 10 Powerful Reminders For When You Start Comparing Yourself To Other People -Nikita Gill

I wanted to share this reminder ❤ 10 Powerful Reminders For When You Start Comparing Yourself To Other People By Nikita Gill, February 16th 2018 God and Man Your heart beats approximately 104,000 times in a day and each one of those heartbeats is far too valuable to waste on comparing yourself to another. You were given your … More REBLOG: 10 Powerful Reminders For When You Start Comparing Yourself To Other People -Nikita Gill

Things change.

Going through my files, I found a piece of your favorite legal pad. I knew what it was. I’m surprised that it had not made it into the trash by now. However, this one somehow lingered. I assume it was for this exact moment, years later. My curiosity got the best of me. I probably … More Things change.

#saythefword

Hello dear friends! Before I get into today’s post..which is a bit intense I want to say – I hope you all are doing well and please feel free to give me a comment to share how you are doing! ❤ I know, slow start to my blogging schedule… I am getting there! So today’s … More #saythefword

Re-blog: Healing Isn’t Linear And It Damn Sure Isn’t Pretty – Ari Eastman

Hello my friends! Thought Catalog is one of my favorite sires – they provide quick reads on some pretty relatable topics. I wanted to share one that really hit home for me called : Healing Isn’t Linear and It Damn Sure Isn’t Pretty by Ari Eastman. I have pasted her article below – enjoy!  Daiga … More Re-blog: Healing Isn’t Linear And It Damn Sure Isn’t Pretty – Ari Eastman