Women, in general, have been conditioned to do everything and take care of everyone. Unfortunately, after a time it depletes all good energy. Self-care includes learning the art of saying, “No.”
I use to be a pleaser, doing everything for everyone as my source of validation. It impacted my physical and emotional health. Putting my mental health first, I began saying, “No.” I quickly discovered who truly cared for me and who cared about how I performed for them. Bam.
Loss creates its own world. This quote exudes hope.
My lettering finds its way to my art journals. Final viewing place. These phrases exude positivity.
Art journaling is so zen for me. People who view my completed pages marvel at the tiny details and vivid colors. Those very details are what allow me to tamp down my monkey brain and just be in that very focused creative moment.
Our family time at our Shasta Lake cabin is always special. Off-grid, it is all about face-time and authentic sharing. Throw in a coiled Timber rattler and kayaking, and so much more…
My friends expand my perception and enlarge my capacity for giving and receiving. These ladies in my life help me to function at my higher vibrations. #grateful
What are your passions? I have so many…
It took me ten years of pondering to decide to take the immense leap into parenthood. It was the right decision.