That Good Old Anxiety Re-Spiral

Today we’re talking about personality, about who we are, and why it’s so freaking important for me to figure it out. I don’t have all the answers, but I do have a ton of questions and a handful of theories. Let’s have a conversation.

Getting Dramatic About Things I Don’t Like

I’m surprised I managed to talk about the Afrikaans language, Taylor Swift as well as my poor reputation in high school, but we managed it! Today I’m talking about what I’m deciding is contrarianism. Because for the longest time I seemed to think defaulting to not liking everything would make me ‘cooler’ and protect me from failure.

Is Infidelity Subjective?

This week we get into the discussion of whether infidelity is subjective…then we go off on tangents…but we get there in the end! I have been thinking about how relationships, and more accurately, the acts that end relationships, can be viewed completely differently from either person. Why is that?

What We Can Lean From: The High Priestess

It has been a hot minute since I wrote a tarot post, and I’m excited for this one because, as a young female, Miss High Priestess ticks all my boxes. She is a powerful, intuitive and incredibly feminine presence within the Tarot. If you pull this card as an over arching generality to your reading,Continue reading “What We Can Lean From: The High Priestess”

Searching for Who We Are

I think a common idea that springs up for most twenty somethings these days (at least I hope so because otherwise I’m an absolute outlier), is the thought of what we actually want out of this existence. Not like expensive cars or nice houses, not even having loads of friends and starting a family. IContinue reading “Searching for Who We Are”

Crashing the Self Improvement Train

So I took a break, for a few weeks, simply because I felt as if I had nothing to say. Or at least that’s what I thought, until now, after realising that I have indeed forgotten to not take myself so seriously. Just do the thing. It’s really been a recurring theme in my life,Continue reading “Crashing the Self Improvement Train”