A November to Remember

November 2019 was one to remember. November was intense as it was heartwarming. November made me put a lot of what I have just learned about myself to the test. That should be read as: all my spiritual teachings were called upon and tested.

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Ego? Not Today

This morning for some reason, I woke up extremely critical of myself. Primarily of my body. The way it looked, my weight, my hips, I think you get my point.
It’s been a while since I felt this way, so it felt odd, out of place. But I couldn’t shake it off.

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September

September officially marks a year that I decided to make the move back home. It has officially been a year, since, I left the place I had lived in for 8 years

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Hulu’s Shrill, more than just Body Positivity

Some folks are applauding this show as a great boost to the body positive movement, which I agree with. But it also covers a lot of issues that women of all sizes deal with, so you don’t have to be big to appreciate the beauty of this show. It’s a bonus to those of us […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 22: I heart you!

Hello lovelies, what a day I’m so tired today. I think staying up till 2 am to write a post did not help any, but what can I say? My audience demands more, I know a bit of grandiosity on my part, but so it’s my blog and I’ll get as grand as I want […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 10: The Party’s over!

Hello beautiful people, sorry about yesterday but this chick needed a day off. For some reason I was extremely tired both physically and emotionally yesterday. I think it had to do with a conversation that I had earlier that evening. No need to get the shot-gun (nice of you though), it was more like exhaustion […]

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I am Ana!

This piece has so much passion, truth, and tears! However, the tears are mostly mine because I am Ana. His words took me back to second grade… Second grade was rough, second grade was confusing, and it was in second grade when I was made to feel shame for the first time. Second grade was […]

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How reading about kindness restored my faith in humanity!

“Good Samaritan Pays Stranger’s Baggage Fee” This article totally saved me! This afternoon as I walked from work to BART,  I heard a noise,  I turned to see that an older gentleman had fallen from his bike across the street.  He had tied too many grocery bags to the handlebars and the bike tipped over. I […]

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