Mythology Monday ~ Nymphs!

Mythology Monday ~ Nymphs!

In Greek mythology, nymphs are supernatural, female incarnations of nature -- the plants, flowers, trees, mountains, wind, sea, etc. Nymphs are minor goddesses: more powerful than humans yet a step below the gods & goddesses. Nymphs are typically depicted as beautiful and graceful women with soft, sweet appearances. Often, they are confused for fairies. These [...]

Spring Playlist

Spring Playlist

Happy first day of spring!!! On the first day of spring, lightness & darkness are equal. In the days to come, the light will continue shining brighter and brighter until it reaches its peak. For the season of spring, things can only get better. As the sunlight increases, light is shined upon us, and the [...]

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (GREEN) day 20: your thoughts on nature

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (GREEN) day 20: your thoughts on nature

Nature is so important! Society tries to fight nature and go against it, when really we need to work with it in harmony. We need to honor nature and appreciate it, but instead we try to battle it. Being outside is very healing. It keeps you grounded to the earth like a reality check. Nature [...]

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (YELLOW) day 13: what inspires you?

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (YELLOW) day 13: what inspires you?

Seeing other people follow their passions, be their true selves, and express themselves without apology, is incredibly inspiring to me. The energy is contagious. It really wants to make me do the same. Also, being in nature really brings out the inspiration in me. It feels very healing.

30 day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (RED) day 4: what are you angry about?

30 day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (RED) day 4: what are you angry about?

This is harder to answer than I thought. I really do not like getting angry. My anger can be so strong sometimes I blackout from it although it's rare. I stuff anger away because of how out of control I can get. Which is why it comes out so strong. So it's a viscous cycle. [...]