Posts

  • 5 Plants to Help You Chill the F*ck Out
    Herbs to Calm, Balance, and Restore Your Nervous System
  • How to Stress Less
    Many of us experience stress to some degree in our lives. For some, it’s small and almost unnoticeable. But for others, it can make life absolutely miserable. This post reveals some lifestyle changes and tips to reducing stress in your everyday life.
  • Stress Affects More Than Just Your Mind
    Why is chronic stress so harmful to your overall health? Find out the different ways stress impacts your body, from your cardiovascular system to your reproductive system!
  • Year of the Rat
    A reflection of 2020 (the year of change), new beginnings, and a chat about coming home to the self.
  • Body Sovereignty and the Power of Knowing
    Understanding the Womb and our Sacred Cycle
  • Relationship Status: Hungry
    Eating is how we provide energy for our daily activities and nurture our bodies. It is something we must do to keep ourselves alive, so how come eating rituals and mindful practices surrounding food have strayed away? How come eating is so simple, yet so complicated? How can we create a healthy relationship with food?
  • Roots
    An exploration of what home is to me.
  • 20 Years of Wisdom Unfolding
    20 Lessons to Take with You on Your Journey
  • It’s Just Hair
    Join me on my journey; cutting my hair, exploring beauty standards, rediscovering what being beautiful means, and rebuilding self-love.
  • SKIN
    Our bodies are our homes while we’re on this Earth. And we want to feel good and comfortable in our own skin. My skin definitely isn’t perfect, but it has come a really long way from where it’s been. I’ve always had acne. It usually clears up during the summer time and resurfaces during theContinue reading “SKIN”
  • Shifting Ground
    photo by Sonal Madhok I was driving around one day and noticed the car in front of me had a sticker on it that read, “Change? How’s that working out for you?” I don’t know about you, but I think that statement is terrifying. Yes, they are “just words,” but there is truth in thatContinue reading “Shifting Ground”
  • On a Good Day
    photo by Lucas Feola Anxiety in My Head and Fear in My Bed Tuesday Morning Thoughts This morning, my eyes gazed up at the blank ceiling above me. I noticed each line between the panels and the little details- the specks of paint and tiny cracks making up the bigger picture. My body laid limpContinue reading “On a Good Day”
  • The Divine Feminine
    Lessons from Me, My Mama, and Other Wise Women in My Life “Self care allows me to tap into my divine feminine energy. This energy is the force that connects mother nature and all souls. It is an interwoven essence that speaks to authentic power. Keyword; authentic power. As a woman, I am connected toContinue reading “The Divine Feminine”
  • Phoenix Medicine
    Moving Forward from The Past and Knowing Who You Are Now You can come back from anything,the Phoenix rises from its ashes,burns its past in the wake and when it turns its head in fury to peek,nothing remains. The Phoenix is the opposite of its past,acknowledging the misfortunes and the blessings,but no longer exists inContinue reading “Phoenix Medicine”
  • Let’s Talk About Wellness: Alternative Medicine
    Mom’s Medicine Cabinet How Alternative medicine changed my life On a particularly ill-feeling day, my mother and I hopped on a train to New York City. We were to visit a Chinese herbalist on Canal Street. I’d never been to any type of Eastern doctor previously. Instead, I grew up on cold, stale waiting roomsContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Wellness: Alternative Medicine”
  • Shelter in Place
    Art by Clutch Cabin Staying Positive During Quarantine In high school, my global studies teacher would assign songs to his students. He’d play one of the tunes at the beginning of class and you’d have to guess if it was yours. On my day, there played a cheerful 90s jam from his computer speakers. IContinue reading “Shelter in Place”
  • 222 Growth Lessons
    It’s important that I let go of my fears in order to progress. I’m not sure if my worrying is just a side effect of anxiety or if it’s my brain’s general disposition, but it comes before everything. It’s over the fact that I’m getting nothing done in my creative life, although I write almostContinue reading “222 Growth Lessons”
  • Don’t Wake Me Up
    The summer between eighth grade and freshman year of high school marked a point of great change in my life. My parents had just recently gotten divorced. My self esteem was extremely low and I struggled with self image- I obsessed over having a ‘thigh gap’ and being thin. I’d count my calories and startedContinue reading “Don’t Wake Me Up”
  • Crying Over Spilled Milk
    photo by Clutch Cabin In September, I got into my first car accident. I wasn’t distracted when it happened, but it was my fault. I was coming out of a jughandle, looking into oncoming traffic, and smacked the bumper of the car in front of me. I tried to approach the owner of the vehicle,Continue reading “Crying Over Spilled Milk”
  • New Year, New Me?
    2018 was a major year for my growth. The end of the summer marked a point where I really started focusing on myself and what I enjoyed. I overcame previous fears and obstacles. I realized who I wanted to be around. I began an honest effort to change the parts of myself I dislike. MyContinue reading “New Year, New Me?”
  • Where I Am Right Now

    Lately, I’ve been letting everything move me. I mean, I’ve been letting music saturate my brain, sweep me up, and dance with me every time he plays. He has me engrossed in his thoughts and I lose my train of thought. This is letting go. This is my meditation. I’ve been letting the voices of the […]

  • Pardon Me, I’m Blooming
    Growing is a part of life. And it doesn’t only happen after serious breaking points. It’s happening every day, fast or slow. It’s sitting right beside you awaiting acknowledgement. Being in a relationship or alone doesn’t prevent it. It’s a cycle in itself and it’s happening to each of us, we’re simply each in differentContinue reading “Pardon Me, I’m Blooming”
  • Anxiety Diaries
    photo by Clutch Cabin Anxiety…She feels like a long lost friend now, a friend who I had distanced myself from. Our relationship wasn’t healthy and it was time to break ties. It’s almost hard to believe that just a year ago, she was making daily visits to my door, creeping her way in, attaching herselfContinue reading “Anxiety Diaries”