We all know of France, and we all know of Paris. They're beautiful, unique, and amazing just like the rest of France. And there is nothing wrong with going to Paris, but as someone who's been all around France, I want to share with you guys some other places you can go that are just as beautiful, unique, and amazing (if not more so) as Paris, France. So, if you are planning a trip to France soon, here are some places you should put on your list of places to visit.
For anyone of any belief, I think we all can agree that when we live in a city, it is easier to get caught up in the negative and stressful energies that surround a busy life. We can end up feeling disconnected from those around us, disconnected from our own environment. We all deal with it differently, and for green witches that is especially true. This list is made up of five things that have helped me in my practice. For each and every witch our practices are different, so keep that in mind as you read this. Also, if you are new to the practice you need to figure out what works best for you and your environment.
I don't know about you, but I feel like loving is hard to do. Romantic, platonic, familial, and the love you feel for yourself. Love is so important and it is all around us. It could be so easy to love. You love your best friend, you love your cat. But do you love the person who cut you off in traffic? Do you love the people you hate? The ones who hurt you? Do you love the ones who hate you? Do you love that one customer who yelled at you?
June 16th, 2018. The day I made one of the hardest and best decisions of my life so far. The day I let go of him, so I could finally be happy for myself. This is a journal about my journey through my first year after dropping the most toxic person in my life. This may teach you and help you, too.
I am, as most people call it, a bitch. No, I am not mean to people for no reason. No, I don't stir up trouble and give my "honest" (actually just rude and not needed) opinion. I just stand up for myself. I choose who I'm around and I'm no afraid to speak up about being treated like a doormat, like most women deal with every day. I feel like especially around men, I come off as a bitch because I act like them. I don't let people of all genders treat me a certain way, and it rubs some people the wrong way. At work, at home, with friends, in relationships, I am not afraid to fight for what is right by me (reasonably so of course, again I'm a bitch, I'm not mean). I don't let people railroad me. I don't let men treat me any which way, and I make sure they know it. You should do the same. You should be the bitch, because it is a life-changer.
I think we all know who's really hurting the environment. But we all do still have a footprint, and everything we do does have an effect on our earth and her creatures. So this list is something that you can use to just do a little bit better for yourself and the earth. Because I feel like it's important that even if we feel helpless in changing the course of what's happening, we never give up and just allow ourselves to continue adding to the problem. Even if it seems small, it still helps, so let's try our best.