hello! Today's post is a little different from usual- today, I'll be taking you on a plant tour, along with my good friend Molly. I'm super excited aha, although, I will be doing a lot of talking.. sadly, I could only take one picture- the others didn't turn out so well! And finally, here are some … Continue reading a plant tour from your favourite plant mum + 1
Today's post is on an important, but simple enough topic to grasp. Have you heard of the phrase "all in good time" before? If you have, that's my job half done. That's basically divine timing, nicely and neatly summed up, with a bow on top. Allowing the universe to create things for us, and events … Continue reading respecting and acknowledging divine timing
Today, I've basically made it my job to help you with your care goals and myself also, because we can all do with a reminder every so often. our bodies have been our homes since birth- our only homes. We're always trying to find home within belongings, or people, but really, there is nothing in … Continue reading thanking our bodies:
When it feels like I can't breathe, let alone talk, let alone cry, let alone feel, I turn to poetry. To speak in languages that mean more than the words you see, that mean more to me. It really did feel like I was holding someone's heart in my hands, feeling it beat in rhythm … Continue reading 🥛 a n d 🍯 ~ a book review
Hello lovelies! Today I'll be sharing a couple of affirmations with you, for the times when you might need a little pick me up, some encouragement, or even just a reminder that you are wonderful. I have incomprehensible worth. I have come to this planet to learn to love myself more, and to share that … Continue reading affirmations 🙂
'I'd tap that white ass.' There's this boy in my grade who has become quite notorious, or at least in my eyes, for his digusting, objectifying comments about women, about girls. He's in my maths class, so I end up hearing a lot of what he has to say. He has a friend who … Continue reading feminism. empowerment. for. everybody.
My late husband was a special soul with a brilliant mind. His every spoken word was beautifully crafted. I was not the same way and didn’t see his gift for what it was. I remember being critical, because at some level, his willingness to love and feel so deeply brought out my own insecurities. I … Continue reading the remembering: a short story on alzheimers