Down the Rabbit Hole

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted a poem even though I am still continuing with the poetry challenge. Here is the last poem I’ve posted:

So Here goes…

Down the rabbit hole, I go, further away from my sense of normal
my sense of adventure pushes me down also, but my fear pulls me back
I’m being torn between two worlds, and it’s so confusing
I have been told that no one can serve two masters and I see that now
I want to serve the master of mystery, but I’m tethered to my fears and insecurities
I want to let go, but the temptation of normalcy intrigues me
The desire to reminisce on the simpler times distracts me from continuing
There is no reason for me to go back now as my mind has slowly metamorphosised
I will no longer be able to experience the bliss of ignorance fully
I will no longer be comfortable just existing
I’ve asked for these things and been refusing to accept them because it doesn’t follow the path I want
I need to realise that the level of confusion is bearable and I need to face the truth to obtain clarity
Now faced with the choice; do I fully immerse myself in the truth or be aware of tidbits?
I am stuck between choosing
I’m stuck between existences as my life has revolved around this theme recently
I am the only one that can decide
I have made decisions before, but somehow I’m stuck
I need to analyse all aspects so that I can continue with my life.

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Free Spirit

Star Wars Day

I may not be an avid Star Wars fan, but I do love a good play on words. Happy May 4th to all of you out there! Enjoy the day!

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Free Spirit

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day17

If narcissism is classed as a psychosis, then racism should be as well because this disease causes so many individuals to be in a state of delusion.

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer🦋🦉

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day16

We know what is best for us. Why are allowing outsiders to tell us how to express ourselves, learn, speak, dress, etc? Let’s reclaim that power to be our truest self for we are everything great under the sun!

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer🦋🦉

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day15

In a world that wants to silence our creation, we must go out there to inspire others to be themselves unapologetically.

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer🦋🦉

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day14

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer🦋🦉

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day12

We need to call others out when they have done us wrong. It doesn’t have to be done in a boisterous way; however, when it’s done, the power that is accompanied with these words should change their lives forever. We need to let others know it’s not okay to disregard our existence to fulfil their daily intake of misery.

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer🦋🦉

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day11

For us to create the magic we were destined to accomplish, we need to support every other genuinely. There are so many ways we can do support each other; from purchasing from businesses to saying uplifting words. Let’s do our part to make the tribe better.

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer🦋🦉

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day8

It’s always a sad day when you have to say goodbye to someone in this physical space. We take comfort in the fact that life is a cycle so with every existence there is a beginning and an end. Here’s to all the melanated heroes who have transitioned and transcended. Your legacies will remain with us always; as we can’t advance our greatness with appreciating your contributions.

Rest in Magnificence:

  • Edward Kamau Brathwaite
  • Kobe Bryant
  • Andrea Levy
  • Nipsey Hussel
  • Toni Morrison
  • James Baldwin
  • Just to name a few…

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day6

It’s all about the swag!

No matter what we do, we always add a little (or a lot of) sauce to the mix. From the way, we style our hair, speak or dress, there is always a level of regality.

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

MelanatedMagicSeries #Day5

All this hair, in the air!

Our Hair, in all its amazingness, goes against gravity. It is diverse  in nature and such can be adapted to suit a number of styles. Love the curliness cause your hair represents strength in unity (that’s why it’s it’s hard to detangle at times).

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day4

Black don’t Crack Ambassadors (#BDCA):

Our melanated tribe continues to defy the effects of ageing. I mean; look at Miss Cicely Tyson, our reigning queen of #BDCA, and all the other amazing melanated humans who radiate the world with their beauty. This amazing trait is due to having long telomeres.

Telomeres are sequences found at the end of chromosomes; they prevent chromosome deterioration, and the fusion with other chromosomes. Studies have shown that they have been linked to ageing and diseases (long telomeres=good, and we got that!!).

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

MelanatedMagicSeries #Day3

Melanated people literally need the sun to survive! Like plants, we are able to absorb sunlight for various biochemical reactions in the body. So ensure you get your daily dosage to maintain your awesomeness!

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day2


Sometimes I have to stop and be amazed at the immense talent which comes from our melanated tribe. We dominate every field and keep pushing boundaries. We just keep doing it and doing it and doing it some more!

I was scrolling through FB and I saw this video and I was more proud to be melanated!

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day1

You’re worth more than gold:
Before you think you are worthless, melanin is $350 (US) per gram. Embrace your complexion cause you are so valuable.

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

#MelanatedMagicSeries #Day1


I thought I was done after #jannotlongseries. However, my friend gave me the idea to have a series dedicated to black history month (US version). I thought it was dope, so I decided to take up the challenge.
If you had enough of me, blame my friend! If you like it, blame me!

Beatus Manifestationes,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

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 bad habits.

I was consistent in NOT finishing my goals, holding onto negative emotions (hate, jealousy, anger, resentment, etc.), being lazy, self-doubt, and, the biggest of all, procrastination. I was so loyal to these negative aspects that I never linked it to the fact that it caused my stagnation. It was indeed my experience of Stockholm’s syndrome.

As I see it now, it was easy to be consistent with those traits because it felt safe, it was healthy for me, and I didn’t think I was strong enough to change. Now that I’ve demolished so many barriers since the year of 25, I’ve faced the negative aspects of myself and rewired my brain to understand the importance of being consistent and loyal to the right things.

It was a problematic process changing my mindset as there are so many distractions to revert me. Now that having a persistent mindset is more ingrained within me, it’s harder to go back to square one. I haven’t gotten to where I want to be as yet because it takes lots of self-dedication. However, every day I aim to increase my standards and get to that point. The hardest part was accepting responsibility for my results. Now that I overcame this hump, the journey became more natural for me.

No matter what stage you are in your life, you can get it right if you change your mindset and be consistent with the traits that will allow you to grow holistically.

Pax et Felicitatem,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

The Year of Mass Holistic Expansion

It’s a new year, and I usually like to have a theme to keep me focused as possible. Having a theme works for me because I like structure and organisation. Even though life laughs in my face, and I get some exciting twists having this mantra does help. At the end of the year, I assess whether the theme needs to be updated. Most times, all it needs is a tweak.

With lots of thought, I declare this year to be “The Year of Mass Holistic Expansion.” This means I will continue to do my best and allow myself to grow in all aspects without barriers.

For those who aren’t aware of my previous themes:

  • 2019: The year of gratitude
  • 2018: The year of new leaps
  • 2017: The year of self-actualisation
  • 2016: The year of self-acceptance
  • 2015: The year of 25 – The disappearance of the rose-tinted glasses

Although this year will be “the year of mass holistic expansion,” I will continue to work on the previous themes. They were selected because I felt the need to work on those aspects of my life. Just because I have made massive progress doesn’t mean that I should completely forget them. Encountering these have brought about reflection and, guidance in selecting my subsequent theme. Wish you consistency, peace, hope and mass expansion!

Pax et Felicitatem,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

So Long, Farewell (Bisous, Bisous)!

Dear 2019,

Letting go used to be so hard for me because I was petrified of what was coming my way. Taking the time to figure that out helped me to embrace all the unexpected encounters wholeheartedly. I’m no longer scared to let you go; I’m open to the new possibilities that will present itself to me. I’m ready for all the beautiful souls I will cross paths with to help me expand my thinking, the experiences that will aid in my growth to my best self.

You gave me lots and kept me busy. I’m grateful for all the experiences; the people I met, the conversations I had, the ability to wake up and face each day with hope and lack of monotony. I’m grateful for the push to start this blog and all the persons who supported me through reading the post and giving feedback. I’m thankful for reminding me that I have an ambitious spirit and continuously pushed me out of my comfort zones.

It’s been real, and thanks for everything! Even though I won’t see you again, you will always be apart of me!

Pax et Felicitatem,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

BNMW Update!

Blogfessions of a Nomadic Mind Wanderer will be coming to you on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays*!!

*Unless it’s a special event!

Tuesdays and Saturdays will be regular posts (whatever pops into my head)!

Thursdays will be #thursdaythoughts (memes, quotes, etc that resonated with me!)

I know I can do, it’s just a matter of planning it out. I’m glad you are on this journey with me!

Pax et Felicitatem,
Nomadic Mind Wanderer

Just A Reminder…

No matter how crazy things get in your life, it will always get better.
No matter how many no’s you receive, the yes you deserved will come into your peripheral.
No matter if you are sad and frustrated, better days will be around the corner.
You have to be mindful that life consists of victories and trials.
The victories you may encounter may be the most subtle.
If you think you haven’t encountered one recently, you need to refocus your mindset.
It’s time to dwell on the little things because those are the moments that get you through difficult times.
Don’t be hard on yourself, if you don’t get to complete something.
Your soul probably gathered all that it needed to grow, and it’s time to let go.
Don’t punish yourself; you can only do your best with the opportunities you have.
Remember that you are a beautiful soul; if you were to swap lens with an outsider, you would be amazed at the effect you have on people.
Not all you desire is meant for you, sometimes not receiving something could be saving your life.
Master knowing thyself and the art of letting go
Never regret any decision you make as it was the best choice for you at the moment.
If it wasn’t positive, then you remember the outcome to prevent it from happening again.
Love yourself and treat it right,
Do the things that make you happy no matter how weird it appears to others.
Just a reminder that being you is enough and no matter how small it is your presence makes an impact on the world.

The Fear of Wanting More…

May it be a new experience, new love, or job; you always find yourself having butterflies in your stomach mixed in with some anxiety and nervousness. These are all normal feelings for you to experience when trying something different. What’s not acceptable is when the fear becomes too much, and you get scared. Your mind becomes flooded with all the things that could go wrong, which makes you want to run for the hills. All these negative thoughts enter your head, and you get distracted by the what-ifs.

It’s so crazy that you have these intense panic moments in adulthood. What you should focus on are the potential positive outcomes. Growing up, you’ve been through new experiences frequently, but yet you powered through them. I’m sure you had those same feelings, the same fears, the same doubts, but you went forth on that journey anyway. What made you do it? Was it an impulse decision? Did your family/friends prompt you? Did you feel it was an obligation?

If you mainly did because you felt pressured in any way you need to change your mindset. You need to start believing your worth. May it be professionally or otherwise, people keep coming around because you are amazing. Don’t lose sight of this or get distracted by the things you don’t have. You need to remember that in a few months you won’t be in the same position as you are now. Just keep going until you get what you want (consistency, consistency, consistency). Go back to the memories of when you were a child having career goals; channel that energy and remove all the negative attributes from your life, especially your self-doubt.

It’s ok to be scared because we have a self-preservation mechanism. It’s ok to be cautious because it allows us to have an unbiased view of the situation. Your future self will thank you for allowing some growth in your existence. Don’t forget that you are amazing. You are unique! You are enough! You deserve all the things you want; it’s just a matter of figuring out how to get it. You’ve got this, I believe in you!

The Value of Synchronicity..

We encounter so many signs and we ignore them or label it as ‘deja vu’. Have you ever thought about the significance of these occurrences? These signs/symbols come into our lives to direct us on to our intended path. We become so distracted by all the glamour of this world that we forget our link to the universe. We are meant to experience things with full authenticity but being honest with ourselves has become a foreign notion.

We are blessed with so much intelligence, yet we are contented with being told how to experience life. Choose creativity every time you are faced with an option and you will find yourself. It’s ok to get to know yourself, It’s ok to unleash your potential. It’s ok to be great; the world needs more magic. So next time you see a symbol that resonates with you, take it as a sign for you to do more.

“Never forget that intelligence rules the world and ignorance carries the burden. Therefore, remove yourself as far from ignorance as possible and seek as far as possible to be intelligent.” – Marcus Garvey

Purpose Achieved or Purpose Unfilled…

Recently I have been drawn to writing stuff, hence the birth of the blog; I always got this nagging sensation to write words down. If I didn’t do it, I just saw words replay in my mind until I wrote it down. The night before I started writing about this topic, I recited the words for this post. I’m not sure if it was the fact that I was between sleep and wake, but it just flowed. To me, when it comes to writing; the words are released so quickly. When something happens so naturally, that’s your calling, and you should do it.

We become distracted by these shimmering things of the world that we lose our qualities. We forgot about all the things that we loved doing as a child and get caught up in the monotony of adult life. Don’t forget how amazing you are! Don’t forget that your life is a purpose waiting to be fulfilled!

I think the worst thing a person can experience is a life without purpose. You get all these jobs, and you become bored quickly because the “honeymoon phase” is over and you are on autopilot again. As adults, we get jobs because of financial commitments, and we allow it to consume us. Consume us to the point where we lose ourselves and count down the days until we are temporarily released from its stronghold. Let’s find time to work on hobbies so we can find our purpose.

We deserved to be happy in this life; that should be your definition of happy. This may be running home to sleep, dancing, painting or volunteering. Don’t let society’s standard of happiness keep you searching for more. Everyone has quirks; understand them, nurture them and make them blossom because these are the tools that would help you find your purpose and lead you to your tribe.

Cleanliness is close to Godliness…(pt2)

Being aware that there are burdens in your life is one thing, but actively trying to get rid of those burdens is another thing. No one is expected to get rid of all their problems overnight, but working on a challenge each night does add up. I started following blogs that addressed the issue of breaking generational curses. When I first started looking into this, it was a shock to find how most things that I grew up doing were NOT OK. Those beliefs and traits had a profound impact on my life today.

If you change your environment, you can change your mindset. I was able to change the people I followed on social media, the conversations I had, and the activities I did in my free time. Removing nonproductive activities allowed me to face the fact that I harboured too many unnecessary feelings. Combing through those feelings gave me clarity about aspects of my life, which needed growth.

Doing introspections make you aware of the good, bad and ugly parts. Maintaining the positive elements seem relatively straightforward, but enhancing them takes a conscious effect. Letting go of your negative attributes takes some reprogramming, which is fundamentally changing the person you are currently. That part was a battle, but it took some time to accomplish with patience and consistency being my closest frenemy.

I began praying and meditating more. I felt so grounded being able to spend time in quiet, surrounded by nature. I would get so much clarity, and solving problems became easier. Plus, I connected with my intuition, so when something felt right or vice versa, I listened. Every time I meditated or prayed, I remember the verse, “Be still and know that I am God.” Finding the time to take a break from all the distractions resets my body to its best self.

I started consistently eating healthy. This made so much difference because I felt this release from my body. I love the way I felt; my face started to glow and was happy even though I went through challenges. I worked on gathering knowledge, i.e. reading books, watching/listening documentaries, podcasts etc. My goal for the day was to learn at least one new piece of information. All of these things gave me the confidence I needed to change my thought patterns and receive my blessings. Now I write down my goals and having daily affirmations. I started each day with “I am + something positive.” I repeat this process each day to change my mindset. It has been a few months, and there is a definite shift in my life.

Cleanliness is close to Godliness…(pt 1)

Growing up, I always heard the saying cleanliness is close to Godliness. I always thought that was my mother’s way of getting me and my siblings to clean the house and yard every day. Keeping the place so clean that all will be right in the universe. As I grew older, I realised I should apply this to every aspect of my life. Keeping my body clean so I would obtain my weight goal plus I would have the stamina to do all the activities I want to do. Keeping my soul clean; this meant getting rid of all of the burdens that kept me stuck for so long. Keeping my mind clean; realising my worth and fullest potential so that the world can experience my greatness.

As mentioned in a previous blog, I had lots of regrets growing up. These regrets stemmed from allowing fear to be the final “person” in the decision-making process. So many missed opportunities because I allowed myself to be caught up in the belief I wasn’t significant enough. There were some times I couldn’t help it; I heard so many negative things said that it became ingrained within me. Sometimes no matter how good nature is if the nurture is toxic, it still affects a child’s psyche. Having all these thoughts did weigh me down to the point where I would feel so heavy but couldn’t pinpoint the problem.

I always wondered when was it going to be my turn because I felt that I was putting in the effort but getting no results. In retrospect, I realised that I was producing the energy based on my belief system but not my capabilities. I conjured negativity into the world with my thoughts and words. I never knew I was the one holding myself back. I wish I had known to be kind to myself to reach my potential and believe in my myself to foster the growth I needed. One thing I wished for growing up was a mentor. Talking to someone about your life’s plan is essential; having conversations about future goals, life, fears, insecurities, etc. take the pressure off and help you realise you are enough. Speaking out is one way to conquer fears, which is one of the critical steps to becoming your highest self.


Although I wish I had a chance to change many things, I am glad my life took this course. I learnt a lot of things along the way and met people who have forced me to be openminded. I truly understand how life keeps presenting us with challenges until we learn our lesson. Instead of blaming myself for taking so long to figure it out, I thank myself for having the opportunity to find myself.

When you finally found the voice you were looking for…

I have a voice and it works well, quite well actually. 

I have heard people say you have a nice voice and you should speak more… 

I never thought I did and the words which I uttered bore no significance because it was connected to my brain. 

A brain which stored such important memories. 

Produced such provoking insight. 

Calculated countless algorithms. 

Conjured alternate realities so I would cope with this current plane. 

But somehow with all its greatness, 

there is a failure to transport data to be analysed by others. 

It’s a shame really, that I didn’t do it or maybe couldn’t because the sneers of fear prevented me.

All I could feel is paralysis with a thick fog of doubt and confusion. 

I remember it like yesterday, 

the first attack left me so weak that I couldn’t even remember the feeling I had which inspired the manifestation of the idea. 

I would only feel sadness and regret because I allowed myself to fall under the spell. 

I really tried to fight it off at times, but it was as if it copied my action plan and convinced my army to betray me. 

I would fight hard until my army left and I was stuck in checkmate for the umpteen time. 

I did succeed at times to manoeuvre through the traps, 

I would be so weakened that all I could muster was a peep. 

It wasn’t loud, only heard by the passing wind, but to me, that was a sign of victory.

If I could do it once, I could do it again. 

Maybe if I stood up to them a bit more, 

it would resonate that they were the illegal aliens pillaging my being. 

I confronted them more and it was difficult. 

It had appeared that they were so comfortable with their stance that they were brainwashed in believing they were there first and, I, the visitor. 

I, however, knew my roots and being grounded helped me stand firm for battle. 

I stood firm, I used my feelings to weakened the competition. 

My thoughts now travel freely without being tolled. 

I realise magic happens when my words are manifested, why would anything be against that? 

During low tides and my defences are low, they were strengthened enough to attack. 

Even though victorious, I feel the damage as there are breaks in my delivery with the presence of a low frequency. 

Now that I know their plan, I send my army ahead to neutralise them. 

They work quickly because they know the effect of my words on the world. 

They always knew the level of greatness that spewed from my being but gave up at times due to my inability to see it. 

I’m glad that they helped me realise this beauty. I feel. I think. It flows. I speak. 

You would never imagine it would be this hard to speak, 

but anything that appears easy always has a production team powering through to make the show happen.

Like Nike (Just Do it!)…

Setting goals makes you super organised, but what about accomplishing them? Believe it or not, growing up, I was THE MOST reserved person ever. I was, indeed, my father’s daughter. I would sit alone, lost in my thoughts for hours because I thought my opinions were best kept to myself. I became more withdrawn as a result and didn’t think anything was worth saying, anymore. Eventually, I started feeling this weight, I couldn’t pinpoint it, but I kept going.

There was this one instance where I wanted to partake in a queen show, I thought about it to the point where I got the application but never submitted it. I was so consumed with fear of the unknown I never thought about how I would feel when I accomplished it. After that, all I had were these “what if” thoughts, playing different scenarios in my head to comfort myself. I realise I spent more time conjuring alternate realities than actually accomplishing the goals I wrote down ages ago. I didn’t know when it happened, but I became stuck in this web of regret, and the entanglement was becoming overbearing. I started to lose myself, and to me, that was worse than having regrets. I realised my mental health would be much better if I just did it because at the end of the day I would prefer to have memories keep me company in my old age.

I have to say becoming a doer is hard work. There were so many challenges to overcome, yourself being the biggest hindrance. I started making my lists (and checking it twice cause I was scared of the change) but eventually I started to slowly do it because it wasn’t fair to treat myself this way. So guilting myself into doing stuff helped; however, when I got scared, I wanted to give up, I had my friends on my case to remind me of my excellence! To my fantastic support system, I SALUTE YOU! I also realised that I was human, and I needed to understand life doesn’t like listening to you. You may intend to do something once, but you end up doing it five times with minimal success, and one day, it will just click, and the cogs will all align.

After a massive introspection, I pinpointed my major weaknesses were lack of patience, lack of consistency and fear of failure. I realised that these things were keeping me back because I would overthink about the failed outcomes before I got started then when I got started life would swoop in and shake things up. So I would be frustrated (lack of patience) and give up (lack of consistency). Never thought I would here now, but it’s all good so far. I think it’s always essential to keep your plans flexible to save yourself from having massive disappointments.

Now, taking the time to know myself was the best thing I ever did for myself. I realise that I am alive, so expect the unexpected, and I’m so prepared. Making plans helps you significantly but allowing wiggle room makes you saner, also, believing in your potential is the greatest gift you can give yourself to cope with the changes in life. Now with all of these things, I just set goals and do it.

I saw this quote that said, the answer would always be no unless you ask. I have been asking, and things have been happening. I have become more outspoken, very assertive, started doing solo travelling, working on a few collaborations and continuously trying to learn something new each day. So my challenge for you is to do some introspection, make that list and be like Nike!


It’s said the beginning is always a good place to start. But which beginning should I start at though, which version of myself should I thoroughly go into? In this instance, I think I will start with my passion for writing. Growing up, my dad always gave me old yearly planners; I never knew why, but I accepted it wholeheartedly (maybe he knew about my future knack for writing). The outdated planners never bothered me because I would always be creative with the dates so that the years matched.

I vividly remember spending weekends with him just playing as he wrote in his journal. I never knew what he was writing, but it seemed necessary. I wanted to experience that level of importance, so I wrote too. Write what you may ask? Random things! For as long as I could remember, I had a wandering mind. I would find myself thinking about a particular situation, and that would start a domino effect until I would be lost in a trance. I believe that writing introduced itself to me because my mind needed room to grow and giving the words this new home would start the mandatory manifestation process.

Every weekend when I visited my dad, I would bring my journal with me. So when he wrote, I would be in my corner doing the same. I shared all my thoughts and fought hard to keep it my own but unfortunately, having Caribbean parents denied me the opportunity for privacy. It was frustrating because I always had to hold back, and this prevented me from honestly expressing myself. The annoyance birth the idea of writing poems, I thought it was the best because I could write about how I felt while denying the reader(s) the full story.

Writing poetry in my spare time was something big for me. Getting the opportunity to dig deep to create these narratives was grand. I loved reading so that only boosted my passion. I started off writing about random stuff, but as my thoughts grew more complexed, so did the poems. It always felt good when I showed selected persons my work, and they would be impressed with the delivery. However, even with these praises, I often took breaks because I never felt my words were good enough to be expressed to the world. I imagined myself as a new mother, and as such, wanted to protect my babies from judgement. I seldom created new stuff until I was forced to get back into it.

When poetry came back into my life, it stuck! It came at the time when I found myself, my confidence, my voice and the need to share with the world. Writing poetry is fun, but it’s always good to go back to where I started, writing randomly while my mind guides the pen. Writing down my thoughts, whether organised or not, has become a part of me, and I will continue to do so hence these blogfessions.

Hope you enjoyed this prologue as part of the blogfession of a mind wanderer…

Always allow the possibility for growth…

… and never give into the voice that says you are not good enough…

Take as much time as you need to reinvent/relaunch yourself. Apps are constantly updating to give you the best product, why can’t you give yourself the opportunity to constantly improve too?

Thank you for believing in me. I hope you enjoy these creations and they inspire you to complete something of your bucket list. This is an area for growth! Subscribe below to get notifications about new updates!