#metoo? – Sexual Assault can be confusing. It comes in many forms.

#metoo? With a question mark, is something we experience all too often. What I experienced, was it really rape? Was it really wrong? Does that even count? I’m probably just being emotional and dramatic like what EVERYONE tells me. But Hell no. You’re experience is validated. And if it FEELS WRONG, IT IS WRONG. WhatContinue reading “#metoo? – Sexual Assault can be confusing. It comes in many forms.”

Kintsugi Healing Event happening on Saturday May 4th.

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 isContinue reading “Kintsugi Healing Event happening on Saturday May 4th.”

Taking Back my Body Series – If You Don’t Stand for Anything, You’ll Fall for Everything

“If you don’t stand for anything, you’ll fall for everything.” – In searching for love, for someone to understand me, want to spend time with me and give me attention–in searching for someone who could just be “nice” to me, I fell for everything. I fell for beautiful faces with charming smiles who winked andContinue reading “Taking Back my Body Series – If You Don’t Stand for Anything, You’ll Fall for Everything”

Character analysis on Psychopath Joe Goldberg in the “You” series on Netflix

*NOTE* SPOILERS Hey, I plead guilty. For half (maybe 2/3) of the season, I was actually digging Joe. I was rooting for him. My heart thumped everytime someone was about to find Benji in the basement or when the two campers almost saw him in the woods burning Benji’s body. I’m just thinking to myself,Continue reading “Character analysis on Psychopath Joe Goldberg in the “You” series on Netflix”

Stage 1: It’s out

My Journey with Depression and anxiety Stage 1: It’s out Masking: the art of pretending you’re something you’re not or that you feel a certain type of way when you actually don’t feel that way at all. Depression is one of the worst feelings in the world. When you fall into depression, most of theContinue reading “Stage 1: It’s out”

Wabi Sabi’s not just my name, it’s a way of life

Wabi Sabi, a commonly mispronounced word  as wasabi. I can assure you that Wabi Sabi is far from wasabi. Back in 2016, I changed my personal Facebook name to Wabi Sabi. And the reason I did was after discovering the beautiful Japanese saying in the book, Another Country. I fell in love with it. The meaningContinue reading “Wabi Sabi’s not just my name, it’s a way of life”

Book of August 2018: Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women World Wide

“Women hold half the sky.” – Chinese Proverb.   Authors of Half the Sky, Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl Wudunn, shared this proverb after the dedication page. I have one word to describe this book: AMAZING. All the empowering women you will meet in this book from all over the world will inspire you to chaseContinue reading “Book of August 2018: Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women World Wide”

My 7 year addiction

When you think, “addiction,” the things that pop into your mind are probably, drugs? Alcohol? Prescription pills? But, addiction runs deeper than just these. Addiction carries many faces: over-eating, video games, sleeping, shopping, coffee, and sex. And the list goes on. As for me, I was addicted to the one thing every single person inContinue reading “My 7 year addiction”

5 Things You Should Know About College

It’s about that time to prepare for a new chapter in your life: College. I know. You’re probably freaking out, telling yourself, “OMG am I the only one that has no idea what I want to major in!” Truth is, you’re not. So breathe. If you’re planning to live on campus, you may be feelingContinue reading “5 Things You Should Know About College”

Your Situation Does NOT Define you

You graduated college and there are boundless opportunities. You hold high hopes and dreams for that big adult job you’re supposed to magically get after college. But, after months of looking, swiping, applying, interviewing, rejection stings. In the end, you’re a college graduate, working a job out of your field, getting paid $14 an hour.Continue reading “Your Situation Does NOT Define you”