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Some of you are unaware of just how amazing you really are. The way you make people laugh, lift others up, or spread some extra love. You do this even though you are struggling too, and I think it makes you such a beautiful human being.

Be the reason someone feels welcome, seen, heard, valued, loved, and supported.

Call me crazy, but I love to see people happy and succeeding. Life is a journey, not a competition.

If your heart hurts a little after letting go of someone or something, that’s okay. It just means that your feelings were genuine. No one likes ends. And no one likes pain. But sometimes we have to put things that were once good to an end after the turn toxic to our well-being. Not every new beginning is meant to last forever. And not every person who walks into your life is meant to stay.

Do not waste time thinking about what you could have done differently. Keep your eyes on the road ahead and do it differently now.

One day, you are going to hug your last hug, kiss your last kiss, and hear someone’s voice for the last time, but you never know when the last time will be. Live every day as if it were the last time you will be with the person you love.

The black sheep is sometimes the only one telling the truth.

For the person that needs to see this today: Your heart will heal, your tears will dry, your season will change. Rest tonight knowing the storm will end.

People are not as beautiful as they look and talk. They are only as beautiful as they love, as they care, as they share.

If you’re resting but guilting or shaming yourself for not being productive the whole time, that’s not actually rest. If you find that you’re chronically tired, this could be why.

It’s okay to let go of those who couldn’t love you. Those who didn’t know how to. Those who failed to even try. It’s okay to outgrow them, because that means you filled the empty space in you with self-love instead. You’re outgrowing them because you’re growing into you. And that’s more than okay, that’s something to celebrate.

Whatever you’re feeling, it will eventually pass. You won’t feel sad forever. At some point, you will feel happy again. You won’t feel anxious forever. In time, you will feel calm again. You don’t have to fight your feelings or feel guilty for having them. You just have to accept them and be good to yourself while you ride this out. Resisting your emotions and shaming yourself will only cause you more pain, and you don’t deserve that. You deserve your own love, acceptance, and compassion.

Sending love to everyone who’s doing their best to heal from things they don’t discuss.

One of the hardest things I’ve had to understand is that closure comes from within. Especially difficult if you’ve been betrayed by someone you love because you feel like you gotta let them know the pain they caused, but the peace you seek can only be given to you by you.

I love old souls, the daydreamers, the deep thinkers, with lots of fascinating layers. They don’t care what others think, they just do their own thing and when it comes to friends, its quality over quantity.

The sky isn’t more beautiful if you have perfect skin. Music doesn’t sound more interesting if you have a six-pack. Dogs aren’t better company if you’re famous. Pizza tastes good regardless of your job title. The best of life exists beyond the things we are taught to crave.

One of the truest signs of maturity is the ability to disagree with someone while still remaining respectful.

Shoutout to all the highly sensitive kids who were raised by incredibly insensitive families.

Always help someone. You might be the only one who does.

Remember, being happy doesn’t mean you have it all. It simply means you’re thankful for all you have.