Monthly Archives: March 2016

How to Date Like a Mindless Idiot

Here is my guide for how to date like a complete dolt. It guarantees much frustration, too many girls nights out, bitching and whining that he won’t commit, counting the months to your biological expiration date, compromise, compromise, compromise, until, … Continue reading

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My Home is My Sanctuary

My home is my sanctuary. My personal space is very important to me. This is where I bliss, meditate, detach, relax, treat myself well, and do my best thinking. It is also where I work, create, and get in touch … Continue reading

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Fall in Love with Your Solitude

Solitude is a spiritual discipline. It is a practice that leads to personal growth and awakening.  Spiritual masters have been teaching the art of solitude for centuries, yet here in America, solitude is still shunned and labeled as loneliness.  Nothing … Continue reading

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Embrace Change

There are many contradictions out there, especially in the New Age industry. The beauty of social media is that everyone has a voice, but the contradicting voices sometimes are the stumbling blocks we experience toward growth.   Take for example, … Continue reading

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International Friends with Benefits

Dating for those who live for adventure can be complicated. Finding someone who thrives on the unknown, undiscovered, and uncivilized is like finding a needle in a haystack. You won’t find people like this sitting in a bar, waiting just … Continue reading

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What To Do When Your Balls are Bigger Than His?

I have more balls than any man I have ever met in my life. It’s hard to be like this. As I aired my frustration on my FB page this morning, friends chimed in with support: “Tell me about it”, … Continue reading

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Fear of People Who Are Afraid of The World

“I am not afraid of the world. But I am afraid of people who are afraid of the world”. –Elizabeth Gilbert. Though she wrote this in the context of travel, this quote hits home on so many levels. I grew … Continue reading

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