Let's Be Real, Relationships

Stop Recommending Polygamy To Cheaters

Let's be real, the topic of polygamy, today in America, is not entirely rooted in its true purpose. There is a universal belief that polygamy originated within African culture, but this is controversial due to the different ideologies about the origins of human life. Typically, polygamy addressed one of the two purposes: survival or wealth… Continue reading Stop Recommending Polygamy To Cheaters

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Mind/Body/Spirit

Cord Cutting After The End Of A Relationship Can Help You Heal

Always keep in mind that you are a spiritual being having a human experience. You exist beyond what you can see. Your aura, energy, and soul are a part of you. Every day you are sharing and exchanging energy with every being that is around you. It is imperative that you have a Spiritual Hygiene… Continue reading Cord Cutting After The End Of A Relationship Can Help You Heal

Food & Recipes

Alpha Foods Plant Based Beefy Chedd’r Pot Pie Review

Last week, I was in the freezer aisle to grab some Boca ground crumbles for dinner. Stuffed bell peppers, mashed red potatoes and sautéed kale was on the menu. In all honesty, I saw Alpha Foods plant based pot pie and was tempted to buy it about a month ago. The price point of about $4 a… Continue reading Alpha Foods Plant Based Beefy Chedd’r Pot Pie Review

Motherhood

5 Reasons I Chose To Not Sleep Train My Baby

In my early 20's, I didn't understand why mother's would run to their crying baby and not sleep train. Shocking, right? I had strong opinions about how babies should be forced into independence. These weren't my own of course. It was all conditioning. However, the older I got and the more I started to understand… Continue reading 5 Reasons I Chose To Not Sleep Train My Baby

Food & Recipes, Lifestyle

My First Build-Your-Own Noodle Bowl

I absolutely love Asian cuisine! I mean from the Vietnamese Pho to the Cantonese-American dishes! The flavor profile with the play on different textures has always been a favorite of mine. In short, I eat a lot of it. It had been awhile since we had been out to eat because my fiancé's schedule has… Continue reading My First Build-Your-Own Noodle Bowl

Mind/Body/Spirit

8 Ways To Process Your Emotions

The importance of emotional health in our society is not good. Honestly speaking, capitalism and consumerism are driven by emotion based decision making. Rates of anxiety, stress, and depression are increasing. The existential truth about the human condition is a shocking revelation that can be confusing to process. Personally, I feel that people don't understand… Continue reading 8 Ways To Process Your Emotions

Fitness, Lifestyle, Mind/Body/Spirit

5 Things To Do Every Day For A Productive Week

Everyday is the opportunity to begin anew. Here's perspective for you: we die every night. The act of deliberate accountability in your evolution is the awareness that pieces of you die every night. The next day you are reborn...or what religion refers to as being resurrected. I mention this because keeping this in mind at… Continue reading 5 Things To Do Every Day For A Productive Week

Mind/Body/Spirit

Shadow Work: Guide To Recovery & Enlightenment

Are you interested in taking the journey to enlightenment of self? Do you wish to have more inner peace? Are unsure about your triggers and why they happen? Do you have unresolved trauma? Do you want to know what shadow work entails?  I wanted to make shadow work a blog post, but decided to gather… Continue reading Shadow Work: Guide To Recovery & Enlightenment

Mind/Body/Spirit

5 Minute Visualization Technique Before Bed That Works

If you have not already, please read my post about visualization techniques before you proceed. I want you to be aware of what it is and how powerful it can be to manifest your own reality. The purpose of this technique is to plant your seed of intention into the subconscious mind. You have the… Continue reading 5 Minute Visualization Technique Before Bed That Works

Lifestyle, Travel

Nashville’s Spiritual Store AromaG’s Botanica Has Expanded And It’s Amazing

I used to work near the BNA (Nashville Airport). On days when I didn't have anything to do after work, I would visit the stores in that area. There's a nice thrift store on Lebanon next to the hair school. I visited the hair school about three times for a blow out after I had… Continue reading Nashville’s Spiritual Store AromaG’s Botanica Has Expanded And It’s Amazing