Faith in the face of fear. Calm amid chaos.

So obviously we are all dealing with the reality that we are very much so in the middle of a real-life pandemic. Now, of course, as with anything, responses to something like this is going to vary. Everyone has their way of coping, and perhaps now more than ever, whatever that may be, we all […]

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Let’s talk boundaries, shall we?

If you’re anything like me, then you are the type of person who is there for everyone. You’re the backbone, the support system, the confidant, the go-to person for those you care about. It’s a role that you play with great honor. It is also a role that can exhaust you if you don’t take […]

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Life as I come to know it…

Why “Life as I come to know it”? Well, because that’s how I’m approaching each day. No one has it all figured out, and anyone who tells you they do is either full of shit or has put a limit on themselves without even knowing it. Even at the height of success, the wisest people […]

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Why I finally decided to stop waiting and started creating.

Since I was four years old, my only real dream has been to be an actress. I had moderate success with the “Romeo Show!” and a few guest star roles here and there. Followed by a prolonged drought filled with no’s, heartbreak, doubt, and financial struggles. The business of acting will smack you back into […]

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“What are you afraid of?”

“What are you afraid of?”, a question that can be super generic depending on whose asking and answering. I mean, I could go down a list of things I’m afraid of that would answer the question perfectly fine. Spiders, the dark, snakes, heck, I just had to turn the light on to watch the end […]

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How to comfort someone who is grieving.

One of the most challenging things to go through, particularly when you are an empath like I am, is to be there for someone while they are grieving. Its a tough balance to strike between caring for them while still caring for yourself. One cannot exist without the other, and it is not selfish to […]

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The thing about Fairytales and why it’s okay to still believe in them.

Sometimes I feel as though we give fairytales a bad wrap. And it’s not because we grew up to find that they were giving us false hope but because in growing up our perspectives have changed. As kids, we are hopeful and optimistic, not yet tainted by the hardships of this world. We are born […]

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