30 Beautiful Words to Use This Fall

"For without words, in friendship, all thoughts, all desires, all expectations are born and shared, with joy that is unacclaimed." ~Kahlil Gibran,The Prophet~ I absolutely love words. Books were always a favorite past time of mine growing up, armed with a dictionary and a pencil I would find a quite spot and loose myself in... Continue Reading →

Intent on Acceptance

Our lives are full of phases, just like those of the moon. From light to dark and full to new we understand that each phase holds an everlasting place in our hearts. Just so, the actual moon has been proven to have a phenomenal effect on natural elements, like the ocean, but it also has... Continue Reading →

Discovering Yourself through Failure

I have been wanting to write a post about failure for a while. Fate would have it, this morning I was watching the news and saw a report on the pressures kids, teens, and young adults are facing when it comes to meeting a level of perfection that is unrealistic and essentially unachievable. I had... Continue Reading →

The Working Comparison: Mom vs. Dad

Last weekend was Father's Day, a time to celebrate the "fun parent" with gifts, grilling, and giggles galore! I am blessed to have a fiance who not only financially provides but also emotionally supports and encourages our son as he grows bigger and smarter every day. We have gotten to a point where we appreciate... Continue Reading →

Dark Moon Intentions

Recently, I have become super intrigued by practices that increase the mind and body's overall balance and well-being. I'm talking yoga, meditation, mindfulness, crystal healing, ayurveda, cosmic energies, etc... It is a journey that has opened my eyes, mind, and heart to a deeper understanding of myself and the world around me. This is how... Continue Reading →

The Millennial Mother

So, part of my tag line lists me as a "millennial mother". Factually I cannot avoid this (being born in 1990) any more then one can avoid the color of their skin. However, up until lately, before the term millennial really became popular, I never considered myself part of a group per say. Short of... Continue Reading →

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