"I always knew I would return to writing, but I didn't realise it would be in an entirely different form." I took a break from my blog because I didn't expect the lockdown to hit me so hard. Being alone with my thoughts was especially hard considering I was still healing. Pre-lockdown I kept myself … Continue reading The prodigal writer returns
Everyone heals in there own way, embrace this journey for it marks growth. Your body is not small. The total surface area of the human lung could be spread to the height of a brachiosaurus. If you want to heal,you must firstfind every bruised place. Your body is not obvious.It sheds forty thousand cellsevery minute,and … Continue reading G2: how to heal [Repost]
"Self love is the best love" Self love comes in many forms but one of the ways is knowing when you need to let go of habits that aid in your downfall. You know what is best for you; you get daily signs, it just about putting it into practice. I hope that you get … Continue reading #thursdaythoughts04062020
I committed myself to address the stuff that keeps holding me back from flourishing. It turns out once I started, there were so many things that I learnt about myself. I started thinking a lot more about my toxic and positive traits. I realise I'm a beautiful soul just confused by everything that happens around … Continue reading Affirmation Monday 01062020
Your words can either be your armour or your weakest link.
Why is it so easy to focus on the bad things that happened or can happen as opposed to looking at the one good thing that resulted? Are we inherently hardwired to focus on the bad? With the current situation, we think about how we can't pay our bills or go outside, but we don't … Continue reading Shifting the Narrative
This post was inspired by a video I saw on Instagram which talks about "Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome." It gives a brief explanation about why parents (descendants of slaves) behave the way they do. I found it quite insightful and helped me understand why I experienced certain things growing up as a child. It's no … Continue reading Generational Curses 102: Parenting Styles