How Do You Stay True To Your Roots? My circumstances presently are vastly different than my past. How do I make sure to stay true to myself and not get lost? I answer this Q today, click to read more.
Reoccurring Nightmares – ever wonder why you get them? I never did until a passage in a book hit me square between the eyes. Here’s my reoccurring nightmare unfolded…
I am proof a safe place changed the trajectory of my life. An excerpt from Brene’s book Dare To Lead inspired this post and I want to know, are you proof too?
Poppy’s Creme Brûlée is this weekend’s recipe to try (possibly). Read more to get the recipe and tricks & tips. Have you ever made Creme Brûlée before? How did it turn out, would you make it again?
My First Trip To The Upper Left. A city built on top of a city surrounded by water and formerly known as the Queen City of the Pacific Northwest and the Gateway to Alaska is where I spent a long weekend last week. Here’s the recap…
Taste Testing Mary Berry’s Victoria Sandwich is this Friday’s recipe you might want to give a go. Click to get the recipe I used, some tricks I learned after my first go and if it got two thumbs up in the taste department.
All week on Instagram my topic has even centered around the importance of finding confidence and feeling powerful as women. Today’s post was going to be based around the same topic, but then something wonderful happened…
Blank Stare & Nod is now up on #RamblinRandol. My brain has been fried hard and served up on a stale piece of toast. Click to read more about how I’m combating my panic.
Tony Robbins Mic Drop Part II – “Which parent did you crave love from the most” and, “who did you have to be in order to get that person’s attention.” Check out today’s post to find out my answer to this Q & how it relates to anxiety.
“Everything will be okay,” and, “It could’ve been worse,” are two of the most deaf-toned responses to someone who has suffered a loss, survived a traumatic experience, or in the midst of a difficult time. What these two phrases do is actually dismiss any of the emotions the person suffering are experiencing. About three weeks agoContinue reading “Everything Will Be Okay, It Could’ve Been Worse”