I have a work in progress.
There is work in progress.
I am a work in progress.
I hope to post more Vocal stories than IG stories.
We’ll see how it goes.
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Mortification, International Edition
I love solo traveling. You can go where you want, when you want, and stay for however long you want. I try to take one solo trip every year and I always come back a more confident version of myself. A couple of years ago, I went to Spain by myself (with a guided side-trip to Morocco) and when I returned home, I felt superhuman.
All Work, No Play
"I'm sorry but I didn’t order this." The bartender placed a glass of Merlot in front of me and motioned to the man sitting at the other end of the bar. "The gentleman did. Is it ok?"
One Kiss, Two Kiss, Three Kiss, Four
To kiss or not to kiss? In this time of social distancing, that decision has been taken away from us. Kissing is taboo. Air kisses, kisses on the cheek, romantic kisses have been shunned by people with common sense.
The Joi of Drinking
One of my major life philosophies is that you can never have too many beverages. As proof, I have an entire shelf of my cupboard dedicated to my beverage obsession. Just to be clear, I'm not talking about alcoholic beverages because that's an entirely different story.
The Love of My Life
I wiped my damp palms against the side of my pants. My eyes darted around, looking for a friendly face. I was sure that I wouldn't find one. Everyone already knew each other. No one was willing to welcome a stranger with open arms.
Focus Your Mind Using Stoicism's Four Cardinal Virtues
Spring is a good time to not only clean your environment but also clear your mind of attitudes and habits that have been holding you back.
Remember when you walked with me? I was so scared you’d leave You kissed me on the head Don’t forget, I’ll always come back
Two Things To Do When Your To-Dos Stress You Out
My life was going crazy and conventional wisdom (as well as all of the productivity hackers that I follow online) told me to write down all the things that I needed to do in a month because it would free up my mind to be more productive. So I did. I didn't anticipate that reviewing a to-do list that spanned multiple pages in my notebook every day would give me more anxiety than peace.