Moving to NYC and why it will be my greatest teacher

It's my LAST DAY of being 24 and I spent my morning journaling in bed, naked, doing a self-pleasure practice which involved massaging my naked body in coconut oil, listening to an Abraham Hicks abundance rampage, pulling a card from my new card deck by Sahara Rose's "A Yogic Path", creating a yoga class for … Continue reading Moving to NYC and why it will be my greatest teacher

Reflections on my solo trip in BALI

It’s my last day in Bali and I’m sitting by the pool in my villa, the frangipani trees providing me shade from the hot sun and trying to process and reflect on the last 3 weeks here. I really had to face my shadow side in Bali. So many things came up that I know … Continue reading Reflections on my solo trip in BALI

what I’m thinking about – solo trip to Bali

I wake up without an alarm and spend my morning writing in my journal, sometimes doing yoga, sometimes doing a Joe Dispenza meditation, sometimes doing a pleasure practice and deciding what I want to do that day. I've gone surfing a few times now and actually can get up on the board now, so I … Continue reading what I’m thinking about – solo trip to Bali

you are not alone but it’s also okay to be alone – healing my inner wounded teenager

Hi my loves. I just got back from a 3 day trip to Ubud which was jam packed with all the touristy stuff and having to deal with more feelingsss come up. The Balanced Blonde posted a quote the other day about Bali - about how Mama Bali bubbles things to the surface that you've … Continue reading you are not alone but it’s also okay to be alone – healing my inner wounded teenager

Facing my Shadow in Bali

I’m currently at the beach sitting on a bean bag and staring at the beautiful ocean watching surfers ride the waves, and while people next to me are sipping beers and coconuts, I felt the call to write, so here we go... I arrived in Bali 3 days ago. I had a long travel journey. … Continue reading Facing my Shadow in Bali

a note on self-love

I've been thinking a lot about how so many people hate themselves and their bodies. This is a problem prevalent in our world and manifests itself in anxiety and depression. We see so many people who externally have a great life. They have a roof over their heads, are fed, and well taken care of. … Continue reading a note on self-love

drinks in India – a poem

we walk through markets and smells of sandalwood and burning plastic and cooked, oily dough. we finger mala beads and soft pants they call trousers we stop at cafes for drinks - in america, we refer to "drinks" when we want to go out for happy hour for glasses of wine and fruity cocktails but … Continue reading drinks in India – a poem