First of all, I am so glad you are here. It’s an honor to connect with you in this way and the fact that you are taking the precious time out of your day to read this blog is not lost on me. Nor will it ever be.
That’s why I want to pledge to you, that in this blog, I’ll keep it honest. This writing and these videos are me unfiltered. I mean, occasionally, full disclosure, I use filters, but what I really mean is, this blog is my mind unfiltered. I’ve realized, as many do with age, that constantly filtering myself was actually making me shrink. All the second guessing, all the over analyzing, all the replaying in my mind – it’s done no good. I want to be raw. I want to be real. I want to be authentic.
Why? Because I genuinely believe that if I am able to do this and do it publicly, then maybe you’ll give yourself the permission you need to do the same.
And why is that important? Because we live in a world of facades and spun up realities that bare no resemblance to a real reality – and this sucks because it leaves all of us a state of feeling like we have to keep up with something that is absolutely impossible to keep up with because it doesn’t exist.
I want to break down the walls and build up the connection. That kind of connection that leaves you feeling full and satiated and loved like you just had a gorgeous dinner with your most treasured people. I want more of that myself and my desire is to cultivate that feeling everywhere I go, including here.
I want to share what I am learning and I want to learn from you. I welcome feedback.
I want to create what I love to create and I want to see creativity in action from you. I welcome your creations – ideas, photos, paintings, music, writing, recipes – I want to see/hear/read/taste/experience them.
I want to teach what has been a catalyst for positive change in my life and I want you to teach me what has been a catalyst for positive change in yours. I welcome the exchange of useful information.
I want to grow and challenge myself and I want to do that alongside other people who value the importance of doing so. I welcome life transitions and changes and I want you to know that “normal” doesn’t really exist, because life is what we make it.
Ok, that’s all for now. Again, I’m so glad you are here.
Light, Love, & Peace,
p.s. I also pledge that I’ll make mistakes – put my foot in my mouth, make typos, etc. I’m human and I’m not seeking perfection. I’m seeking authenticity. 🙂