Conscious Art 🎨 Inspire & Empower 

Creating art with a positive message to inspire & empower others, reminding them how amazing they are & that they can do anything, is one of my very favorite things 🍃⚘💗😊💗⚘🍃 These are some of my older ones, when I started in 2016. Continue reading Conscious Art 🎨 Inspire & Empower 

Unload What Weighs You Down: How Else Do You Expect to Fly? 

Make sure to respect yourself enough to respect the boundaries you created & close the door & walk away. Continue reading Unload What Weighs You Down: How Else Do You Expect to Fly? 

A Wrinkle in Time

This week has been all about getting myself retirement ready. It took me until my mid 40’s to finally decide to. I’ve always thought of retirement & retirement planning kind of as “A Wrinkle in Time.” A far off, long way away, ‘for the wrinkles in your future’ kind of plan. I can still hear the echo in my head, my parents voices telling me, “Save it for a … Continue reading A Wrinkle in Time

How a Failed Book Launch turned into a Love of Painting & Blogging

It was exactly two years ago, when I met someone through social media, & the spiritual group I used to admin for with 19 other wonderful souls, for Lightworkers & Empaths. A ‘How to survive in this wicked world when you feel so much’ kind of guide; a support group for ‘extremely sentient beings.’ I was in my element, having gone through so much crap, knowing … Continue reading How a Failed Book Launch turned into a Love of Painting & Blogging

Unconventional

Typical is a word that has no place in my consciousness. I choose to not use it. typical (tĭpˈĭ-kəl) Exhbiting the qualities, traits, or characteristics that identify a kind, class, group, Of or relating to a representative specimen; characteristic or distinctive. Conforming to a type: a composition typical of the baroque period. The 3rd definition is why. Conforming is an ugly, ugly word – that has no place … Continue reading Unconventional

A Beautiful Mess

Messy is the word I would use to describe the spiritual awakening process. If you think it can fit into a neat little box, all tidy, & never go outside the lines, boy are you in for a surprise. But that’s ok. Tearing away everything you think you are to get to the core of what you actually are is gonna get messy. Good. Get rid … Continue reading A Beautiful Mess