I’ve started multiple drafts about this subject but binned them all, because they are – well – a bit depressing. But I want to talk about this. So I’m determined that this writing will be published on my blog. Throughout my adult life I’ve believed that I can outwit my own brain and defeat my … Continue reading Me, myself, and depression: speaking up helped me out of a deadly episode
It’s been a little while since my life took on a dramatic shift. I can’t go into specifics right now, but if I were to say to you that I’m now living with my parents aged 26… and using my maiden name again… well, you’d probably catch my drift. This spring has been less than … Continue reading Recovery in Spring: making peace with my vulnerable self
So, I learned another life lesson recently: “Be objective and own your shit.” When things don’t go to plan and mistakes are inevitably made, it is so tempting to dive right on into the blame-game. It’s too easy to assume that being the perfect victim in a scenario is the preferred position, in as much … Continue reading Anti-Perfectionism: A lesson on being objective and owning your shit
Hi there! Yeah, it’s been a while since I blogged. Let’s just say that my whole “recovery”/”spiritual healing journey” hit a bit of a speed-bump in September. This speed-bump came in the form of a flu-inducing tick bite, followed by the stress of catching up with work, segueing nicely into a nervous breakdown. I know, … Continue reading Oh hey, New Year: Three life lessons I learned from the Breakdown of September 2017
Hello my lovelies. A few blog posts ago, I talked about my search for a spiritual family. I believe that I was being called to find a new tribe, one that would teach me what it means be a spiritual being in a human body, and a biologically female one at that. The Sacred Feminine is calling … Continue reading The Red Tent: What it is and why all women need to experience it
"It was an all-round brilliant day and the convention in itself was very well done. However, in case you haven't noticed, I'm a human. Worse - I'm a millennial. So even the most pleasurable of days can leave me with an existential crisis."
Menstrual cycles as mapping devices. Yup.