Confessions from a Hospice Social Worker….

Somedays I am excited to go to work, bouncing around in the morning, singing to my dog, grounded in my sense of self and ready to share my energy and space with others. Other days I am resistant, depleted, unmotivated to even get out of bed and engage with the world. Today I am indifferent.…

Come and get your love…..and self care.

You matter. Say it, believe it, feel it. What you do each day is important is just as important as what you may have not gotten to do. During a time of pandemic, a time of uncertainty, a time where independence is restricted and fear is high, the most important thing you can do is…

shhhh

  Silence can be scary, creating fear in a confused moment.  Silence can be a gift, allowing reflection during chaos. Silence can create distance, a scary void of unspoken truths and misinformed lies. Silence can create space in a suffocating conversation, allowing breath instead of panic. Silence can be a weapon, used to dominate and…

Validation from a past me.

I was journaling today, for the first time this year, determined to resume my ritual of  daily journaling and I received an excellent message from my past self to continue to grow, manifest, and create a reality that is working for me. Creating healthy habits and routines are essential when manifesting your dreams and creating…

You are enough, you always were….

Life is life. What a simple statement with so much weight if you really consider the meaning. We spend most of our time looking around at others and consistenty, painfully, unfairly compariing our lives to theirs, creating an equation that is validating to our choices and devisive towards others. Our minds tirelessly move while categorizing…

What will the new year bring you…

You are an active creator of your own reality. Each moment, each connection, each thought creates the next series of events that will unfold for you in your journey. Being intentional is key is creating a reality that is serving to you and others in your life. For the past three years, my January included…