I recently did a massive purge of my closets. I loved everything I got rid of - but never wore half of it. I felt crowded and the clutter gave me anxiety. And I knew I had more than I could ever want or need. So I finally let go. It's funny how when you do the inner work, you stop feeding yourself with junk and greed.
I was trying to practice some self-care recently, and opened one of my journals. In it, I found the most beautiful and raw thing. And I honestly was like, “Dang girl, you’re really wise sometimes.” Anyways, I figured I’d share for anyone who ever felt like they could relate. “Sometimes you've just got to have [...]
As my time in Seattle comes to an end, I’ve been doing quite a bit of reflecting. For some reason even though I know I can reflect and take time for myself at home, it feels much better when I am sitting in a grassy forest, surrounded by trees as tall as the clouds and [...]
How many of us sit under some dull fluorescent lighting in an office thinking about how much better life would be if we just left to do our own thing? Way too many, I'm sure. Today on the pod I was joined by Dallas Artist Ruth Weatherford, who did just that. Like all creatives, she [...]
The new year is just days away and while everyone is throwing links your way for "life-changing" products, let me hit you with some more (unsolicited) advice. You can and will become the person you are meant to become if you believe in yourself. Your mind is such a powerful tool, and if you spend [...]