Your Home Is A Living Space
I try not to think of myself as someone who believes in or perpetuates any stereotypes. At the same time, I am a creative, and I am by nature a messy and unorganized person. That being said, a cluttered environment is rarely analogous to a productive one, and when you add on top of that the challenges of running a business and having a child, the desire to change becomes a need. After living most of my life in a general state of disarray before being forced to fix that for the wellbeing of more than just myself, I can confidently say that changing the way I look at and perceive my home has been the most helpful thing anyone could have suggested.
The Stars Mean Everything
I've never been much of an astrology person. That isn't to say that I'm someone who takes a hard stance against it or derides other people for caring about it. Astrology has just never been my thing. The deepest down that particular rabbit hole that I've ever really gone lies at the back of the newspaper under Horoscopes. Even though I'm not well versed in the subject, it seems to keep coming up, and so I find myself wondering what it is that the stars have to say about who I am as a person.
The first and last words have always been the hardest to write. There is something in the beginning of an idea that instills a sort of uncertainty which soon becomes a sort of paralysis which soon becomes yet another unfinished story at risk of never being told. I want to tell my stories. They want to be told. They deserve to be told.