Nancy Ruth’s Hello Breakup blog had a post about important questions to ask your ex after a breakup to initiate your healing process and it was such a triggering post. I get her point that maybe you need closure but imagine wanting to go back to someone you need to heal from just to ask … Continue reading Healing. It comes in waves.
No one tells you how much you struggle to breathe when you’re left on your own trying to make sense of what happened. How you saw all the signs but the love was paralytic and you couldn’t fight back. No one understands why you come across as cold towards them. You spent so long begging … Continue reading I’ve been apologizing to myself, on your behalf
“The beginning is the most important part of the work.” – PLATO A happy new DECADE to all of you! A new decade, can you believe that? I was pondering a lot this month on how we gain so much motivation every new year to get us to our future, we rush through our thoughts … Continue reading JANUARY, 2020
Every year should teach you something valuable; whether you get the lesson is up to you. Every year brings you closer to expressing your whole and healed self. – Oprah Like most people, age has always been a touchy topic. You grow up with the notion that there’s an expiry date on life as is … Continue reading The one where Bee turns 25.
I don’t have to tell you that I love you. I fed you pancakes. – Kathleen Flinn One of my most favorite things to eat are PANCAKES – for breakfast, lunch and even dinner. In the US, my friends and I spent many late nights eating at IHOP just laughing hysterically, dancing to their lame … Continue reading Easy Swedish Pancakes
Female friendships that work are relationships in which women help each other belong to themselves. – Louise Bernikow My generation of women were raised to believe that female friendship is a rare commodity, a disposable thing. We’ve fixated on male – female friendships, so much so, that the idea of settling with another woman and … Continue reading November, Thirty.
anxiety noun a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome. “he felt a surge of anxiety” The definition of anxiety will always consist of words such as nervousness, unease, and fear… there is no definition out there that is able to explain without the use of negativity and yes, there … Continue reading B E A S T.
Be not afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living , and your belief will help create the fact. – William James If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years is to never follow the crowd, be it in action, and more especially in one’s mindset. When 26-year-old Inflight Cabin Manager Wade Schaerer … Continue reading Positive Vibes Only
– No quote can properly describe the emotions that come with turning 21. I expected nothing, but an hour went by as I lay in bed this morning and I played all my favorite moments of my life in my mind. I didn’t cry surprisingly, but I came close multiple times. I now joke about … Continue reading The road to adulthood