A message to women dealing with Imposter Syndrome – Part 1

You are worthless. You are worth less. You are worth less than a man. Your pussy makes it so. Your voice matters less. Your opinion matters less. You don’t deserve the right to ask for and express your deepest desires and dreams. So keep your mouth shut. Keep your opinions to your self. You areContinue reading “A message to women dealing with Imposter Syndrome – Part 1”

It is your choice my love…

What do I want to give my energy to? What thoughts, what behaviors, what actions do I want to give my energy to? You know we are more nothing than we are something? We are more energy, then we are matter. We are more something we can’t see, then something we can see. And yetContinue reading “It is your choice my love…”

Slay bitch, slay…

I’m a mess. I make mistakes all the time.I judge myself.I feel guilty.I feel like I’m not enough.I feel undeserving. I’m a fucking mess. And…. I’m also a goddess.I’m also a warrior.I’m also a resilient woman that will show up in the worst of times.I’m the one you can count on to show up on theContinue reading “Slay bitch, slay…”

The lies we tell ourselves; the truths we adopt.

“It’ll pass,” he says.  But in the moment it doesn’t feel that way. It feels like I’m going to drown.  Like the resistance in me, is going to suffocate me, and I’m going to be stuck in this loop forever.  These words don’t console me, they condemn me… Reinforcing self doubt, anger, fear…    TheContinue reading “The lies we tell ourselves; the truths we adopt.”

Free Diving

We often think of exploring new places.
New cities, new beaches, new countries.
It’s in our nature.
We send ourselves into outer space, just to see what’s out there?
Are we all alone?
The eternal quest to satisfy our curiosity.

I’m grateful my Dad is dying.

What are you grateful for? Often my answer is something like my family, my health, etc. And, I do believe we should be thankful for those things. However, it is easy to have gratitude for your blessings. It’s easy to be grateful for all the good things, the good people, and the good fortune thatContinue reading “I’m grateful my Dad is dying.”