"For the girls filled with "too many emotions," it is not your fault. It is not your fault you easily connect with people. It is not your fault that the world sometimes weigh down..." Guest blogger, Brianna Graham is all too familiar with being overly empathetic. Read more here..
For those late night walks through the neighborhood. For stolen glances and any excuse to ignore the tension in the room. For intimate encounters without sex. For hesitating to say goodbye but needing to. For poetic inspiration. Lean in.
One of the great things about being an artist/writer is being able to connect with like-minded individuals who are passionate about what they do. In the past few weeks, I've collected so many great tips on how to become a better businesswoman! Check out this blog post for major keys to growing your brand!
It's impossible to pinpoint the exact moment when you lose control. You don't see it when it's coming and it hurts to watch it go. But you can feel it...
I was standing on the edge of adulthood and the possibilities were endless. I had the freedom to be whatever and whoever I wanted to be. I had earned the right to leap, run, walk or crawl but it was one of the toughest seasons I faced. Here's what I wish I knew then...
If you're happy and adulting, clap your hands! ..........*crickets* Where has the time gone? Just yesterday you were deciding what color to choose for your extra long twin bed in your dorm room and now...... You have to compile pros and cons for rent vs. a mortgage. Decisions, decisions. Why couldn't we stay 21...forever.
Here's to the teachers who double as motivational speakers and therapists; who teach you about people and purpose; who push you to be better but not to be someone else; who have experience in both their professions and in life. You are well respected and greatly appreciated.
The regret that came with taking a job that I wasn't passionate about caught up with me. I thought that "making it" meant button ups and business cards. I found out, however, that the salary could not sustain the artist that lives in me.
I wrote this thank you note for the strangers who made an experience that may have otherwise been terrifying, a piece of cake.
With the snap of a finger, do you sink into a place that is unfamiliar, unforgiving, unreachable from the outside, and un...healthy? I've got news for you: Your "Sunken Place" could be a person. If you can relate to any of these 5 signs, GET OUT.