I found my greatest sustenance in the sea.
Today for Mental Health Monday, I share a poem of mine exploring addiction and how it influences my mind and spirit, what it means and what it is (not).
Every day, whether its the start of 2020 or a random day, has the potential for self-love, self-reflection, and the chance to make a better choice than you did yesterday.
An old poem of mine I found that still resonates so many years later.
"We meet the people we are supposed to when the time is just right"
The Holiday season can be difficult, yet the exact time when I find myself looking back on painful memories is also the time to look forward to the brightness of the New Year.
If a surfer catches a wave, and no one is around to see it, was it really that exciting...and other inquiries into external validation.
Sometimes, giving less to others is an important part of giving more respect and love to yourself.
A post dedicated to the woman who taught me stoke, perseverance, courage, and laughter. Thanks for being the person who has always supported me pursuing my dreams.
Little thoughts and large meanings.