Good Vibes

Good vibes- by definition can mean one of two things: 1. That feeling you get in your stomach when you look around and everything is perfect. It's a beautiful day, you are surrounded by beautiful people and you feel beautiful. 2. meaning all of the people, places, ideas, and possibilities that evoked positive, safe, happy … Continue reading Good Vibes

I’m Sorry

I'm sorry. Two short words, that carry so much meaning yet tend to be overused and under delivered more often than not. People seem to say I'm sorry without fully contemplating what they're apologising for. It's become as common a phrase as hello and goodbye. When someone says 'I'm Sorry' to you. Do you believe it? Or … Continue reading I’m Sorry


Patience. Something that I believe has three different doors from which you can choose to enter. Door number 1- Patience is something that sounds so easy, but is so difficult to actually have. Despite what many believe, it's not something that you're born with. It's an attribute that's developed over time. It's so easy to … Continue reading Patience


To reflect on ones life is to remember the good, the bad, the blessings, the lessons and everything else that comes with it. Question of the day: When was the last time you took time to reflect on your life? I remember working 50 hours a week sometimes more, at times leaving for work before sunrise … Continue reading Reflect


Have you ever heard a rumour about someone else that is so far-fetched, you can't help but wonder how anyone comes up with such crazy gossip? Better yet, have you ever heard a rumour about yourself? How did it feel? I've had personal experience in this, as i'm sure a lot of people have, and … Continue reading Rumours


Do you remember ever taking a test, and receiving your results with butterflies in your stomach? Giving yourself a pep talk before looking at what you scored? Telling yourself it’s no big deal, while inside your body was screaming with nerves? Do you remember others being interested in what you scored but more importantly, which … Continue reading Wrong