Lifeblood

“To be irritated is to be human; to be irrational is a choice.”

Click to read my ramblings on healthy communication.

The Rabbit Hole

“It’s quite fitting that as an INFJ, so fixated on self-growth and discovery, I often find myself down the rabbit hole of further exploring my own MBTI personality type. ”

Click to read my ramblings on what it means to be a friend.

Duality

“There is light, and there is darkness. There is hot, and there is cold. There is joy, and there is grief.  There are those who help, and there are those who hurt.”

Click to read my ramblings on life as an empath.

Quicksilver

“Those who pursue a career where you unburden your soul on paper only to have it torn apart by nameless, faceless figures behind a desk somewhere, the executioners of dreams, are among the most sensitive of individuals..”
Click to read my ramblings on rejection.

Xperiencias

“One of the things I cherish the most about my marriage is our shared spirit of adventure. We love to encounter new sights, sounds, smells, tastes, textures. Join me on our journey…”

Click to read my ramblings about our Xperiencias.

Catharsis

“To feel is to be human
to be human is to be angry”

Click to read my ramblings about losing composure.

The Voyager

“Dreams shouldn’t rest, nor exist solely in the imagination, but serve as a lighthouse for the voyager.”

Ruminations

“Witnessing the disintegration of the human condition firsthand, the premature withering of what could have been the most fragrant flower, forever molded my worldview and strengthened my resolve. If something stifles my growth, is harmful to my soul, its’ flame is extinguished.”
Click to read my ramblings on personal growth.

94,608,000 Seconds

“1,095 days, 26,280 hours, 1,576,800 minutes, 94,608,000 seconds – the amount of time spent, so far, as the wife of the kindest, funniest, most giving (insert every other positive superlative here) man I’ve ever known.”

Click to Read my Anniversary Ramblings

Crab Mentality

“There’s a theory of human behavior called crab mentality. If you put crabs in a bucket, one of them will eventually attempt an escape, only to be pinched by the crabs at the bottom and dragged back into the pit. Humans, it turns out, are not all that different from crustaceans.”

Click to read my ramblings on crab mentality.