A New Season

#SpringCollection YAAAASSS, it’s good to be back! Where to begin?… There have been so many changes in my life over the last few months, some of which have just confused me, some of which have broken me, and others that elevated my happiness to a whole new level. And I would like to share those

Day 29: Selfie

#30DaysOfSelfCare A quick tribute to the selfie… Because selfies helped me love myself. As I’ve said many times before, I’ve always had issues with my body, and growing up being labeled as the fat kid by both my friends and family didn’t help either. It was hard, being uncomfortable in a form that everyone, including

Day 21: Tomorrow

#30DaysOfSelfCare Goodbyes are difficult and I often struggle to say how I feel to the person in person, because too many feels. So I’m going to try here. I’m honestly sometimes a terrible human being because I so rarely tell people just how much they matter to me and how much I appreciate them. Not

Day 9: Humans

#30DaysOfSelfCare My circle of friends is small. We’re a little community of weird, wonderful and down right awesome human beings. I don’t see them everyday, but on those occasions we manage to get our adulting self out of the capitalist machine, it’s a party! And you can expect a generous flow of engaging conversation (and

Day 4: Grumpy

#30DaysOfSelfCare There are few things more toxic to my wellbeing than having no motivation or desire to experience, do or achieve. And for about a year I had become a tired, worn out and generally unpleasant person. I’d started spending my weekends on the couch watching mindless tv, not wanting to go out or see

Day 3: Double

#30DaysOfSelfCare It’s a funny thing, this “coming out”. Somehow there’s this idea that it’s this singular defining moment when you declare your identity to the world — red carpets roll out, the heavenly choirs rejoice, and the world just knows and accepts. LOL. Wouldn’t that be nice? Instead, I’ve found that I’m constantly “coming out”