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Why I Chose To Unsubscribe, Unfollow, and Leave

It’s no secret that light workers of all kind have woken up or are waking up to the soul call to rise and shine. You can see it in the countless realignments taking place in so many individuals – career changes, physical relocations, spiritual enlightenments, coupled…

A Calling: Go Inward And Breathe Creativity From Within

It’s an exciting time to be an entrepreneur. The doors for creative endeavors are limitless, and we’re all now in a place where innovation is welcomed and celebrated with open arms. Opportunities seem to have no boundaries and dreams are consistently being realized. We,…

Breaking Free From Wanting To Be Accepted

It’s often been said that “home is where the heart is,” and, perhaps deep down, I always felt that my heart never truly felt “at home.” I knew I would someday move away from the only city I’ve only known, in the pursuit of having…

Forget Being Humble: A Declaration to Be Bold and Brave

Being humble has always been a virtue instilled in me while growing up. It has always served me well, as I learned to embrace my achievements and be silently grateful for them along the way. I also learned to scoff at those who seemed to not…

Creativity Requires Rest Too

As someone that has always felt that being productive meant being out and about or constantly doing something, I have recently come to realize that sometimes we just need to take a break and rest. Often pushing and struggling to get things done only creates…well, more…

10 Tips to Enjoying the Holiday Season

I came from a pretty big extended family, so you can imagine 20-30 people (half of us children at the time), gathered at a house, playing games all night, and even having Santa come deliver toys at midnight. The night would end with a passing…

A Surprising Connection With Myself

Last week, I attended my dear friend, Elizabeth’s (from Link of Hearts) pop up show. I was so happy to go out and support her. I knew she had been planning this event for months, and she was nervously excited when I checked in with her…