Your gift will make room for you. Your Gift: The thing that you do the absolute best without any effort.
“If your version of me respecting you involves me disrespecting myself, you can go.” Have you ever experienced a person that makes you feel guilty for saying no? Or just an indifference to how they make you feel? They make you feel terrible for setting a boundary. They make you feel like you’re being difficult… Continue reading Setting Boundaries: No Guilt Tripping
It was her face. Her eyes to be exact. Kind and honest is what they called them. Private moments spilled when they made contact with another’s. At the market, walking down the street, checking the mail. James said, “You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then… Continue reading Unsolicited Stories
Hey guys! 2019 is going to be over soon and so much has happened! I feel like I have grown more this year than any other year and I am proud of myself for that. Because its been a while since I’ve updated you guys on my life, I’ve decided to do so as well… Continue reading LIFE UPDATE: ALOT Has Happened This Year
You ever felt alone and lost? Have you ever felt like you weren't good enough no matter how much people tend to remind you that you're worth it? I've been broken down continuously. I never understood why though... I was wondering maybe it's me? But is it really? I have this habit where I… Continue reading Empty Inside…
I met Melaysia about a year ago on Instagram. Scrolling around I came across her page and seen that she had just recently self published her collection of poetry "Butterfly." At the time I still hadn't even thought too much about how I would publish my first book. So I started mini stalking her to… Continue reading Meet Melaysia Sekai
Hello and Welcome to another installment of The She Series! I hope you've enjoyed my work so far. Today I'm bringing you another short poem from my book, The Diary of She - Vol. II, entitled "Rose Petals." Roses can be extremely beautiful, especially when you put love and patience into taking care of them,… Continue reading The She Series – “Rose Petals”
As I stood on the stage in the cafeteria I had to remind myself "wow this is really happening." I was finally going to perform with my two best friends in front of the entire school. For some reason , seven year old me was so confident. I had on a white pair of bell… Continue reading When Life Was Simple