Motivation, writing

Finding Yourself in Nature: A Writer’s Tale

It's no secret that I'm head over heels in love with nature. And writing. Okay and well a lot of things. I'm a passionate person. But since the time I was a child, I held a deep fascination with nature. I loved it. I loved squatting down to look at a glittery trail a snail… Continue reading Finding Yourself in Nature: A Writer’s Tale

Advertisements
Mental Health Monday, What I Mean When I Say

“I’m Not Depressed”

This might not apply just to me but I'm going to act like it does because I can only ever speak for myself. When I say I'm not depressed, I mean a lot of things. I'll list them out, then we'll jump into it. I am not actively in a major depression I may be suffering from a… Continue reading “I’m Not Depressed”

What I Mean When I Say, writing

The Power of Yes

We all know how important the word "no" is in our vocabulary. It's easy to understand that we have to say no to certain obligations, people, and need to learn how to say it with confidence. Easy to understand, at least. But what about the word "yes"? Yes is a liberating word, or at least, it… Continue reading The Power of Yes

Buzz The Bee, What I Mean When I Say

Don’t Worry About It

What do I mean when I say, “Don’t worry about it” or “It’s fine”? People say these phrases along with all their various variations all the time. It’s okay. It doesn’t matter. It’s fine, really. Women, rightfully so, have been the butt of many jokes and memes because of this phrase. Too many people say… Continue reading Don’t Worry About It

Mental Health Monday, Yoga

Be Good To Yourself

These happy little plants, watered and fed, sitting in the warm sun are just that....happy. They've got everything they need. Their roots are stabilizing them as they reach their arms to the sky. Or just as they grow and multiply. It's simple for them, isn't it? Sucking water up their stems, turning sunlight into energy, it's easy… Continue reading Be Good To Yourself

Buzz The Bee, Motivation

Space and Kindness

Welcome back! Or should you be saying that to me? Let's talk. How long can a hiatus from something go on for before it becomes neglectful? How many months, years, or decades can one spend away from something before it's considered abandonment? Sounds like pretty complicated stuff BUT (luckily for us), the answer is in the intention.… Continue reading Space and Kindness