6 Types of Self-Care

While it may seem on the surface that you don’t have time or money to prioritize your personal well-being, that couldn’t be farther from the …

A Pair of Hospital Pants

Originally posted on The Bucket Digest  by Skylan Abraham   I keep a pair of ugly hospital pants in the bottom drawer of my dresser …

To Have a Friend

Unconditional love. A beautiful sentiment. The highest moral value. Those for whom you care, loving them with every inch of your body, every beat of …

Finding Acceptance for the Past

The past is the past. The past is in the past. Yet, it lingers on, branded into the mind, twine embracing those invisible, intangible things …

Me and My Will

 If you read my previous post (see Discovering My Passion), I spoke of my 23 short years and the passion that I pursued since the …

What Makes You So Special, Huh?

“What makes you unique?” This has been the aggravating question that has plagued my life. “What sets you apart?” “Why are you different?” “What makes …

The Burden of Having a Voice

When I was in third grade, my mom came to my class one day to help out with a project. I had a deeply-rooted fear …

Living in the Art of Discernment

We are drowning. Swept up in a deluge of information, good, bad, honesty, dishonesty, people, places, things, words, melodies, judgment, dreadful negativity, marvelous positivity…. We …