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Trees.

Posted on June 4, 2017 at 11:55 PM Comments comments (0)

A few years ago when I began to go to therapy to discover who I am, I realized how similar relationships are to trees. A strong tree that withstands all weather conditions and remains for years to come, probably had a strong foundation. I always wonder about the other trees, the ones that didn't. The ones that didn't start with nurturing and love, yet still grew to be beautiful sights to see. My favorite, though, is the tree that has risen above everything around that's tried to keep it down. It's surpassed the weather conditions and even times of drought. That tree, though it's start may have been amazing and eventually diminished or it was rocky all along, came out stronger, better because of it. It makes you realize that no matter what happens around us, doesn't have to be what happens to us. It's all about perspective and how we look at the things that occur in our lives. I choose to believe that everything that happens is good, whether I like it or not. I know at the end of the day, it's all part of the journey. No bad days. #gratefulheart

Enjoy the path.

Posted on June 4, 2017 at 11:55 PM Comments comments (0)

When a woman is single, most people assume she is loanely. Most people assume that she needs to find a boyfriend. I think that's where the problem begins. There's a beautiful journey that can only take place when one is single. In that journey, one will usually find their strengths, hobbies and even what they don't like. They'll find themselves, if they learn to enjoy the space that's with them. Some don't. Some never do, because that space feels more like an empty void that needs to be filled. I've found that its easy to fill that void, but not always with good. It can be easily filled to make you not feel alone with toxic behavior such as drinking, smoking, sex or even food. The problem is that the substance lacks depth and once it leaves you, you feel empty again. This is why I've found it's important to be content alone, before a relationship. Nothing is guaranteed in life and we may lose people. To know what you're worthy of, alone, lasts you a lifetime. Enjoy the ride and trust the journey. Also, don't m assume that just because a woman is sitting alone, she is waiting for you. My advice for the women who are seeking a partner, go out and enjoy the solitude. If you allow time and space to let him find you, you'll meet on the right path, at the right time. For now, enjoy your independence.

Mountain High

Posted on June 1, 2017 at 2:15 AM Comments comments (151)


This past weekend my best friend and I spontaneously explored several trails in L.A. Knowing me, I try to learn something new about myself, others or my surrounding when doing something. It's just how I've always been. Today, I realized how powerful our minds can be. We can literally trick ourselves into doing things or to not do things...simply by listening to our minds. Whether it is a diet, telling ourselves we're worthy of more than how someone is treating us, or conquering a mountain (literally), we can do whatever we set our minds to. Know you're worthy of receiving whatever you desire then set your mind to achieve it. Believe in yourself and you're half way there. Then there is truly no room for failure. You're worth it.