"You cannot prevent pain but you can choose not to suffer." I had it all planned out. By the age of 25, I planned to be married, pregnant with my first child, and at the top of my career but life had other plans. I am now 28 years old; I am not married, no…

There was a point in my life when I was afraid to look at myself in the mirror. I literally hated my body. I remember thinking:  I look like a blue whale! I feel disgusting. Truth is, I felt like a whale but I only weighed 120 lbs. Distorted thinking at it's finest. I felt…

Right card: Challenges Left card: Outcome Each month I will provide collective insight using my Soul Cards by Deborah Koff-Chapin. The two card spread will look at the anticipated challenges for the month and the likely outcome. I will also provide positive affirmations. I would encourage reading these affirmations each day. Please keep in mind,…

Well Sis we have ourselves a ghoster! I am sure some of you have shared my experience. You know, someone disappears off the face of the earth without warning.  I have been ghosted and I have been the “ghoster” (thanks to Karma). When I played the role of the ghoster, my reason for disappearing was…

I am going to say this one time for the people in the back: Emotional invalidation is not a form of love. For some, emotional expression was never taught or experienced. After all, parents can only teach their children what was taught to them. It is common to hear about toxic relationship patterns attributed to…

The Universe has a sense of humor. The divine has made me laugh, cry, drop to my knees and spill my wine all over the course of two months. What I am about to share is certainly a spill red wine on my vegan fur rug type of moment. Allow me to apply backstory. Roughly…

I read this quote once that said something like this: “We all have that one person that we are willing to wait on.” The old me would give a standing ovation while screaming “Yesss girl that’s Marcus. I will always wait on you boo!” But the new and reformed version of myself simply does not…

Historically, bisexual individuals have been given a host of negative labels. The most common assumption is correlating bisexuality with promiscuity. “I said I was bisexual not promiscuous. If I choose to be promiscuous, it is because I want to be! Not because I am bisexual.”