So you know how you have dreams and then you normally forget them soon after you wake up, or at least after a few days? Well, I had one probably two weeks ago, but it kept popping into my head. And if you're into Freud or Jung like I am (in some regards), you may [...]
The body Wasn't made To be still. You were made to wander Move Explore Find what suits you Manifest that Evolve And explore some more.
I felt very bad earlier today. Making plans often triggers me in ways I don't readily become aware of. I've dealt with flakey people a lot and I'm a firm believer that you should never chase people to hang out with you. If they want to, they will. Period. However, my past and my anxiety [...]
Sea air Billows bright dresses Cools sunned skin Beckons exploration of Watery depths Before And within
Feeling on-edge is uncomfortable. You are groundless, about to free fall, but edges are beautiful. The coastline allows forms to meet, collide, and dance. Transformation and transcendence occur. When you find your edges and muster the courage not to back away. you too can be transformed.
My boyfriend and I recently took a trip to Jamaica (April 11-April 16) and for the most part it was absolutely wonderful, but there are some things that I have learned and want to share beyond my normal travel tips and reviews, but let us begin with the positive. We booked our airport to hotel [...]
Before embarking on a month long journey to Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji in the summer for 2016 (June-July) via the Collette tour company, I expected to be captivated by the Great Barrier Reef, which I was. However, I naively did not expect that I would absolutely fall in love with the south island of [...]
This was by far my most favorite day in Iceland, though all of my time spent there was absolutely amazing. This day, however, stands out as particularly beautiful and surreal. Above you see the blacksand beach where glacial icebergs wash up. The Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon [below] was absolutely breathtaking. The glacial icebergs had an etheral glow [...]
For breakfast I tried some Vegemite from our Australian friend, Petula. She knows how to make Vegemite sandwiches just right. There was a thin layer of Vegemite, cheese, and meat. It wasn't too salty and I felt super cool getting to try something that is such a staple in other parts of the world. Additionally [...]
Due to seeing the spectacular lights at 2 am, I didn't get much sleep. I slept on the bus a little bit, but was conscious enough to pick up some more awesome bits of information on Iceland. If Icelandic horses leave Iceland, they can't come back. They truly want to keep the breed pure and [...]