Looking Back On 2018

Hello! Welcome Back! Gosh does it feel good to be back writing, I know I only took a few days of a break but I still missed it. I swear stepping away from your blog for a few days can really help you come up with new ideas to write about. How was everyone’s Christmas? […]

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My Christmas Wish for You

Hello! Welcome Back. Happy Christmas Eve, Eve. I love me a good Friends reference anytime of year, but especially at Christmas. Today I wanted to essentially right a little Christmas wishlist for you, my readers. I will be talking about this more in my upcoming end of the year posts but I started to really take […]

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Random Rambles; Energetic Shifts

Hello! Welcome Back! I hope this week has been treating you well. Today, I wanted to talk with you guys about this shift in energy that I have started to feel. I really only started to fully feel it today (I’m writing this on a Wednesday night) and honestly it was really overwhelming. All day […]

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What I’m Thankful For 2018

Hello! Welcome Back! For me and my fellow American’s Thanksgiving is this week. I love Thanksgiving, mainly because it means that I won’t be given weird looks for already having my Christmas decorations up. Besides that I think it’s always nice to take a moment and reflect on everything that you have to be thankful […]

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The Girl Kind: Calling BS on The Diet Industry Reflection

Hello! Welcome Back! At first I was going to make today’s post into a master post of some of my favorite podcast episodes, but when I listened back to them and started taking notes I realized I had WAY to much to say for just one post. So, that being said I thought I’d turn […]

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Girl Talk; Heavy Periods. My Experience

Hello! Welcome Back! I hope you’re all doing well. Today I want to talk about something a bit more personal, my period. Well periods in general but obviously I’ll be referencing mine. Personally, I’m very comfortable talking about my period and believe that it needs to be normalized more because half the population experiences a […]

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