Farewell to Another Great Year

Fallen log on the Rogue River in Oregon near Farewell Bend Campground Last year, I said 2020 was going to be the year of “mass holistic expansion,” I didn’t realise it was going to be the year of vision as well. I didn’t think I would be so certain of what I needed to keep … Continue reading Farewell to Another Great Year

For the Men

Photo by Min An Why is it okay for women to show their feelings but men are considered weak? I have had men told me that they grew up hearing that crying was a sign of weakness. My question after hearing this: What are boys going to do when they have no outlet?How are boys … Continue reading For the Men

The Unseen Intruder

At some point in our lives, we have all felt sad. Sadness is an essential part of our lives because it reminds us of the need to be humble and offers a reference point for happy aspects of our lives. With sadness being an essential part of our lives, when does it become a problem? … Continue reading The Unseen Intruder

Stop. Breathe. Appreciate.

Why is it so easy to think about all the bad things that can happen as opposed to looking at the good things that could happen? Are we inherently hardwired to focus on the bad? With the current situation; we think about how we can't go outside or can't fulfil our basic needs, but we … Continue reading Stop. Breathe. Appreciate.

The Need to be Without (The sake of Your Sanity)

Unplugging and taking quiet time is the best gift you can give yourself. Refusing to succumb to the pull of the internet removes the cloud that confuses ones' purpose. Just imagine in a typical day; you wake up with a list of goals you want to accomplish, but somehow the first thing you do is … Continue reading The Need to be Without (The sake of Your Sanity)

How Being At Home Changed My View

This time forced me to change my perspective on my life as well as rest. I've been pushing myself so much to achieve my goals, I neglected self care. Now as I have the downtime, I will focus on myself so that I can achieve more because I can't give to others when my cup … Continue reading How Being At Home Changed My View

Opening Up

This is the season for isolation, reflection and healing; The first step is identifying the problem then making the time to work on reducing the effects. Hope you enjoy! https://youtu.be/EGAEi6KVxew Beatus Manifestationes,Nomadic Free Spirit

Spring Cleaning

There are so many times I wanted to be deeply honest and share everything, but I held back because I knew a few people who followed the blog. It's weird, but I feel more comfortable revealing myself to strangers than the people I know. It's a bizarre concept, but I realised it stemmed from my … Continue reading Spring Cleaning

Time for Change (In practice)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzjXijZ7ANc Today I did something I wanted to do for months now, which was to incorporate a vlogfessions portion to blogfessions. The idea came, and I dismissed it because I was a bit nervous about showing too much of myself. But, with all that is happening, it was time to do something I have always … Continue reading Time for Change (In practice)

Time for Change

Is life making you busy or you are using LIFE as an excuse not to do the things you need to do? I made an effort to start this blog, and I was consistent with semi-regular postings. When things became a bit more demanding but still manageable, I rode that busy train to the point … Continue reading Time for Change

My Dearest Daniella (letters to my younger self)

"My Dearest Daniella, With your face to the sun and dreams bigger than your smile. Five years feels like yesterday and many moons ago at the same time. That independent, smart and brave eighteen year old girl determined to change her generation's pattern and discover herself. As I reflect and tears roll down my face, … Continue reading My Dearest Daniella (letters to my younger self)

Happy March!

It's been two months since the beginning of the year and it's time to check in: How have you been?Is your (mental, physical, spiritual, emotional) health ok?Have you been saying your positive affirmations?Have you been remaining positive?Have you been accomplishing the goals you have set for yourself?Have you been consistent with your objectives?Have you been … Continue reading Happy March!

Words Hurt as Well as Sticks and Stones (Part II)

So many times we say things about ourselves that are so demeaning, and we wonder why things are so unfavourable for us. We put negative energy in the world to multiply and follow us. Even if it's a joke; the words are still released in the same way. It's one of the reasons you are … Continue reading Words Hurt as Well as Sticks and Stones (Part II)

🥳Celebrating Milestones🥳

If my blog were a baby, she would be at the point where she is more aware of her surroundings. She would try to talk, producing sounds unfamiliar to me, and mimic everything I do. We would both have that love and trust surrounded by unlimited happiness. Six months ago, I decided to be brave … Continue reading 🥳Celebrating Milestones🥳

My Poetry Challenge

I thought it! I said it out loud! I did it! As part of my theme this year, I wanted to push myself towards writing more poetry. I convinced my friend that we should do a writing challenge; we would alternate picking themes for the month, write at least three poems and send them as … Continue reading My Poetry Challenge

You Are What You Call Yourself

I have this friend that continually calls me a girl even though I remind them that I don't identify with that word. They didn't seem to understand the idea behind it, but I felt the need to explain my stance to prevent any further confusion. So the story goes like this: "I made a conscious … Continue reading You Are What You Call Yourself

My Bare Minimum Checklist

As part of "The Year of Mass Holistic Expansion" I set out some goals that I need to complete as part of the bare minimum to accomplishing this year. It started as a challenge I gave to my friends, new year resolution of sorts, but I decided to turn them into affirmations so that I … Continue reading My Bare Minimum Checklist

End of Year Address (Part 2)

…In Grenada, I reconnected with my father, got the chance to do some significant reflections; which made me learn a lot more about myself, and I finally decided what I wanted to do career wise. After returning from Grenada, I started looking at masters or PhD programmes. I found this school and I knew that … Continue reading End of Year Address (Part 2)

End of Year Address (Part 1)

Every year I am fortunate enough to celebrate two new years; the one everyone celebrates based on the Gregorian calendar, and the other one is, of course, my birthday. The second one is much more special to me because it's a celebration of my birth and a rededication of my commitment to be my most … Continue reading End of Year Address (Part 1)

Consistency to a Fault

Last year it finally stuck that consistency brought forth a successful outcome. I accomplished so much and started some of my longstanding goals. It is such a wonderful feeling knowing that I am not broken, just lazy. One day during my meditations, I realised that I have always been consistent; however, it was towards my … Continue reading Consistency to a Fault

A FaceBook Reminder

I was scrolling through facebook and I was reminded about something I posted a year ago. It was a poetry project I had completed; I research the meaning of my names and wrote a descriptive paragraph about myself. Looking back at it now, I have to say that I have maintained the level of growth … Continue reading A FaceBook Reminder

F is for Forward

I was on my way to a workshop about 'having an entrepreneurial mindset.' When checking in, I found this button with the letter F. It was catchy and colourful, and I was instantly drawn to it. Without looking at the associated company, the first word I linked F to was FORWARD. FORWARD came to mind … Continue reading F is for Forward

Nomadic’s Dictionary

I am...Ambitious, Adventurous Beautiful, Benevolent Creative, Curious, Confident, Complex Daring, dapperEmpathetic, Enchanting Formidable, fulfilled GroundedHappyInteresting, Intelligent JoyousKnowledgeable, Keen Lucky, Lionhearted Mindful, Majestic Nomadic Open, Opinionated Positive, Powerful, PassionateQuirkyResourceful, RichSuccessful, Sweet, Thoughtful UnparalleledVictorious, VirtuousWitty, Wise, Xenial, X-linkedYouthful Zappy, Zealous Pax et Felicitatem,Nomadic Mind Wanderer

Pre and Post: Year 25

I didn't feel like I lived until I turned 25. I was so caught up in my insecurities and listened to other people that I never did want I wanted. I remember distinctively; I wanted to do a queen show. I got the form and filled it out but didn't submit it because I persuaded … Continue reading Pre and Post: Year 25

The Art of Calling Out!

Asking for a friend: How far do you go when calling someone out? What do you say? How would you deliver the call-out? Who would you call-out? I vividly remember my first call-out, it was purely reflex, and I was surprised I did it. When I was 12, I decided to try out for the … Continue reading The Art of Calling Out!

I think It’s Time

I love you so I think you need to hear this: I’m tired of giving so much of myself with little to no appreciation. I’m tired of having to constantly listen without you acknowledging the impact of your negativity. There comes a time in your life when you need to realise that your choices not … Continue reading I think It’s Time

What I learnt When Dating Myself…

One of the very first dates I had I took the time to get to know the "me" that has been tucked away so long behind all the fear, regrets and negativity. I wanna showcase the beauty of myself, when I finally decide to pay attention. My list will continuously grow as the dating process … Continue reading What I learnt When Dating Myself…