With social media being such an integral part of what I do, I’m attached to my device a fair bit and I’ve discovered that it’s limiting my ability to flow especially when I can easily get lost in the thick maze of someone else’s here ‘n’ now and the barrage of digital social media-y awesomeness that comes with that. Would holidaying from my phone this March Break hold the key to everlasting flow?
Be good to yourself, shine your glow-y awesomeness when you can and extend some well-deserved grace to yourself
The festive season became an epic chore where I’d come out at the other end of it feeling like an emotionally drained Zombie. Two years ago I decided to be done with the dread and fatigue and do something about it to get one with the season.
Unleighshing Ready “You wanna fly, you got to give up the shit that weighs you down” -Toni Morrison, Song of Solomon. This, well, Tony's words are the cream of the freaking crop advice when it comes to change & transformation. After my own Crash 'n' Burn, which I discussed in Step 1 of my series... Continue Reading →
(aka unleighshing the Flow)The temperatures where I live right now are slowly dipping, trees are beginning to molt and the sun is relinquishing its powers to the moon a few minutes earlier, with each passing day. Fall is upon us, which for me, is a time that has always represented new beginnings more so than... Continue Reading →
(aka Unleighshing the Basics) What if you could be a kid again? No, wait -- what if you could be kid-esque but still able to set your own bed time? Now we’re talkin’! But, seriously. Have you ever watched a child enjoying something simple for the very first time like falling snow, stars in the sky,... Continue Reading →