Here a few quotes that inspired me to take the leap into the unknown, I hope they do the same for you.
“It’s all of that unspent love gathers up in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat, and in that hollow part of your chest. Grief is just love with no place to go.”
“Don’t bother trying to be a good person. You do not become good by trying to be good, but by finding the goodness that is already within you, and allowing that goodness to emerge.”
I’m so passionate about spreading positive self-love, especially to people who have anxiety and depression. I really believe changing this inner voice can create a whole magnitude of difference in their lives.
It was yet another rainy day and my cousin, my sister and I were having the time of our lives literally singing in the rain. I’m the one in the purple raincoat on the right, you can see the strain in my face as I tried to hit a high note to whatever song we were singing. This picture perfectly captures the playful innocence of child’s spirit.
As a way to celebrate Elizabeth’s birthday month I have compiled a list of my most favourite, heartwarming quotes to light up your heart every day this month. You can think of it like a virtual advent calendar. Except, instead of chocolate it’s pure 100% organic words that empower, enlighten and brighten your day.
‘Tis the month of the four-leaf clovers, green beer and a tipsy remembrance to good old Saint Patrick who apparently wasn’t even Irish at all. It’s the time of year when the bitter, miserable winter finally loosens its grip and surrenders to spring. The sun burns with more power, melting the layers of ice and […]
Here’s to finding more room for letting our inner child roam free. Here’s to being playful, living in the moment, and enjoying life’s tiny pleasures along the way.
For some reason it seemed like life moved slower when I was a kid. It feels like the older I get, the faster it goes. Its as if its building momentum with each passing year. I don’t know how to slow this, I don’t want to blink and suddenly be 80 years old.
By the end of winter, my jacket felt like a part of my body. I felt like a snake slithering out of a layer of old skin. I’d sit outside on my backyard patio, exposing my pale, ghostly white skin and lay still as my body sponged up every ounce of Vitamin D it could manage.