I don’t know about you, but I’ve been carrying the weight of other people’s opinions on my life for way too long!

Enough is enough already.

For most of my life, I’ve allowed other people’s opinions to influence the way I live. Sure, some of it is helpful. But a lot of it is unnecessary. And I’m done!

I think most of the reason why I’ve let this happen so much is my adaptable nature. I want to fit in. The truth is I think I’m an odd duck. I enjoy moon rituals, crystals, sitting quietly taking in my surroundings, painting rocks, meditation, herbs, astrology, the fine arts. And I also enjoy blasting explicit rap music, skinny dipping in the ocean at night, “being basic”, doing touristy things, dirty dancing, and laughing loudly.

I am not one thing. I am multi-dimensional. My box is brightly colored with sharp edges and soft edges. My playlist excludes no genre. Maybe that’s why I feel like I’ve yet to find my tribe because I often feel judged when I let another side of myself shine through. People like my softer side when I’m giving and giving, but they turn away when I’m honest and to the point.

And I find that I am the happiest when I’m living life on my own terms and being free and open about who I am.

By the way, that’s everything you can expect to find on this blog. I’ve tried to narrow down my niche, but it literally feels too limiting!

If you’re struggling to live your most authentic life, start by making one decision every day that does the most for your soul. And it can be anything.

Wanna wear a dress to an outing even though its raining? Do you boo.

Wanna host a full moon party even though you’re not sure if your friends are open to it? Do you boo.

Wanna write a book? Do you boo.

Wanna order a Pumpkin Spice Latte every day for a week? Do you boo!

If it makes you happy, why not do it?



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