Sometimes inspiration strikes me to write during the weirdest of times. So when it does, I whip out my phone and type in my notes the minute I have a chance. Well, reporting live from me typing frantically from my notes. This is inspired by a date I had. *No I’m not going to review … Continue reading In the words of the Backstreet Boys: quit playing games
Sometimes, life gets you down. If you’re a 20-something like me, who thinks it’s the end of the world when I screw up or things don’t go according to plan, it happens more often than we’d like to admit. If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my 25 years on this planet (which yes, I … Continue reading What I learned from screwing up
Being a recovering Type-A perfectionist, most of my actions are fairly calculated. By Monday, I pretty much know what my week is going to look like. My schedule is color-coded on both my personal and work calendar. I don't like surprises or chaos. However, I'm a walking contradiction. (#GeminiProbs). Because I love spontaneity. I've found … Continue reading Why you should practice calculated spontaneity
So Will Smith is kind of a YouTuber now. Yeah, you heard that right. Will Smith's YouTube page is popping off currently. He's at 3.5 million subscribers. His Instagram has some gems as well if you want to give him a follow. But don't worry, he already has over 22.5 million followers after getting the … Continue reading How Will Smith taught me how to reject fear and commit
A month or so ago I realized I was kind of on auto-pilot. Ever gotten like that? For me, it's like I get so swept up in life's routine, monotonous as it can be sometimes, and every day begins to seem a little like groundhog's day. The only problem in this instance was that I … Continue reading When was the last time you checked in with yourself?
I see this question posted a lot online randomly: "Are you more focused on the past, the present or the future?" For a while, I always felt like I was a little more focused on the past than I would've liked to be. But once I started getting real with myself, I realized I don't … Continue reading Learning to laugh without fear of the future
If you do yoga, you know that in the beginning of class your instructor will often ask you to step to the top of your mat, close your eyes, and set an intention for class. It can be dedicating your practice to a loved one who is struggling or setting out to find your own … Continue reading Setting your intention