The road to feminism is simple: it’s about awareness.
You’re allowed to not be okay, as long as you don’t stop along the way and decide getting back up isn’t worth it.
Put some change in that tip jar— even if it’s just a nickel.
Whenever you see something that goes against what you accepted to be unjust or unfair or wrong and you decided to change it, do it. Stop being afraid. Stop shaking.
How do we prevent ego from “sucking us down like the law of gravity?” The primary answer is simple: awareness. But after that, it’s a matter of hard work.
It’s time to take that awareness, accept where you are and create a plan to make your dreams a reality.
They felt extremely angry that they had a child who was this little ball of love and was lost in his own world.
Tell the Truth, Let the Peace Fall Where it May is about coming clean down to the roots of your being. It’s about walking through the world, through your entire life, in the fullness of who you really are.
It’s taught me the importance of accepting things in life are temporary.
You’ll encounter two kinds of people: those who assume that your workplace looks something like the asylum in American Horror Story, and those who will look at you, stony-faced and say, “Oh. We had to put my aunt in a place like that,” before awkwardly changing the topic.