I would like to avoid a political argument while also telling you that I was very excited to vote for Hilary Clinton. We’ll see in the comments if that’s possible. Before I went home on election night, I bounced through the grocery store, filling my basket with celebratory treats as I patted myself on the back…Read full article →
Category: "Personal Growth"
Common sense is a funny thing. You hear the same trite sayings for your entire life, and they never quite sink in until some situation smacks you around and uncovers the deeper wisdom. I can’t tell you how many times I rolled my eyes when someone wrote off a situation with some hand-me-down proverb. My personal…Read full article →
Last year around this time, I talked about setting intentional New Year’s resolutions. My goal was to explore in 2014, and it turned out to be a great point of focus. I have explored new relationships, many health and lifestyle changes, and found a new home in Seattle. I also found a better sense of direction…Read full article →
In my last post I talked about how I was winning my battle with hormonal acne through the right mindset. Becoming educated about how acne works and doing my best to maintain a stress-free state has proven to be a great foundation for the rest of my efforts to take care of the condition naturally.…Read full article →
In my last post, I talked about how I am braving the world sans makeup. It’s not an ultimadum or some fad — it’s about breaking the cycle of chronic acne. Instead of turning to pharmaceuticals and chemical products, I’m trying to find a more natural path to healthy, happy skin. Since this isn’t my…Read full article →
I am not perfect. That may be an obvious statement, but writing it also feels like a confession. Despite my Type-A tendencies, I spend most of my time quite comfortable with the idea that I am a project in progress. But when I have to wear my flaws on my face, I turn into a…Read full article →