As a baby, when placed in front of a mirror, we giggle and smile at the sight of our reflection. So much joy It gave us to look at ourselves. A woman who attended my self-love workshop last week shared this insight with our group. She shared about how when they placed a mirror in… Continue reading Dam* You’re Beautiful: Be Bare. Be Authentic. Be Imperfect.
In three day's I will be hosting my first ever Dam* You're Beautiful (DYB) Workshop: Working Toward's Self-Love. DYB was first initiated in Oct 2018, to encourage women to empower one another and acknowledge one another's unique beauty. We are all different, with different talents, personalities, and physicality. There really isn't ONE beauty. And that's… Continue reading DAM* You’re Beautiful’s First Ever Workshop
"This beautiful toxic love of mine ." When you find yourself in a toxic relationship where you always feel like your holding your breath, there's no space to breathe, there are no boundaries, and you cry more than you smile, ask yourself why you’re enduring this? Of course, there are beautiful moments and… Continue reading When in a Toxic Relationship: Reflect
Since Fall of 2017, I’ve embarked on this deep spiritual journey to connect back to my roots. The roots that made me. Me. Not the Cydi that was created by the beliefs of my culture, what my parents told me, or the negative messages from my surroundings and society. I had to re-discover the Cydi… Continue reading Spirituality and Purpose: What it Means to Me
To struggle and struggle about the idea of who you are, and to reject yourself to be like the others, because what you like is not like the others. But, how long can you hide yourself? You are not like the others. Age 16. If you looked at me, you would never have known that… Continue reading Accepting Me, My Sexuality, & I
Hello lovelies! I wanted to invite you to an event I will be part of. It is called the Spring and Heal with Kintsugi on Saturday May 4th, from 3-6pm. Kintsugi is an ancient Japanese pottery art where the pottery maker would make a bowl, break it, and put it back together. Its idea is… Continue reading Kintsugi Healing Event happening on Saturday May 4th.
In response to the long history of silencing women and girls, I make portraits of women screaming. Through this project, I provide women a space where they can practice speaking up and out for themselves. I also provide a space for them to be heard, supported, encouraged and celebrated. -Whitney Bradshaw (from website) Stop! No!… Continue reading Outcry Scream sessions: A creative project to promote women to use their voices