Friendship Lessons from my Dog and her Best Friend

Photocred: Curry’s parents. A little over a year and a half ago, my husband and I brought home our very first (and only so far) puppy. We did not know what we got ourselves into. At the time, we were overwhelmed because Brady was the most hyper dog we have ever met. But now, we…

You’re Enough Even If Life Isn’t Moving Fast

I woke up this morning feeling creatively frustrated and impatient. This happens ALL the time haha! I felt like my life wasn’t moving fast enough – you know, that feeling as if your goals are far within reach or that you’ve missed the mark. I’ve learned over time that this is a part of my…

Are You Choosing Your Friends or Are They Choosing You?

Friendships are a delicate dance. They’re not family, but they can be for some. They’re not romantic, yet there is a “give and take” nature about it. They’re not professional, but constructive input is needed for growth. Friendships are a mutual agreement: “I like you. You like me. I respect you. You respect me. Let’s…

Take 5: Body Care

Ever since I left my old career about 3 months ago, I started a program called, “Take 5.” It’s what coaches say to their players when it’s time for a break. The number 5 symbolizes 5 minutes. And of course, after you’ve been tumbled into a weed and contorted into a fish when you were…

How You Do Anything is How You’ll Do Everything

One of the biggest lessons I’m learning right now ever since I’ve decided to “start my career over” is, “How you do anything is how you’ll do everything.” How you do the smallest and insignificant of tasks, will be the foundation of the greater things you’ll accomplish in your life. It’s called integrity. This principle…

Minimizing the use of Pharmaceutical Medications: giving homeopathy a chance

I’m a former Registered Nurse of 10 years, who worked in various types of conventional medical settings such as a children’s Liver Transplant Unit, various surgery centers, pediatric medical/surgical units, and even cosmetics. The extent of my medical healthcare knowledge was limited to Western Medicine for a very long time until I discovered Homeopathy (natural…

My Love/Hate Relationship With Lululemon

Photocred: http://www.fortune.com I love and hate Lululemon. Yup! I love it because their fabric, cut, and pattern quality are actually decent. However, I hate it more than I love it because with this brand, comes discrimination and body shame. Lululemon is a fitness apparel brand that has become extremely popular in the past few years….

Hormones: herbs and homeopathic medicine that help women

Photo by Marisa Harris on Unsplash Hormonal, much? Yeah, tell me about it! Women’s hormones are always fluctuating every day and at every season of their lives. “The women” goes through many different hormonal stages as she ages and also at different life stages where maybe stress is at an all-time high. I’ve always been the type of…

The Myth of “Killing it” and Being A Boss-Lady

Photo by Marten Bjork on Unsplash We’ve all heard the term “Girl-Boss” or “Boss-Lady,” being thrown around by men and women in our modern society. So what is a Girl-Boss or Boss-Lady? I haven’t looked up the meaning online, because I’m sure there are many different variations of definitions out there and they particularly aren’t terms that I…

The Beauty in Mistakes

Two week’s ago, I learned how to knit for the very first time. It’s been such a great “hygge” activity, especially for the winter/holiday season. Life can’t get any better than snuggling with my dog and hubby on the couch with the TV on just for background noise, and my favorite cup of hot tea,…