born to be real, not perfect


Mental Health

My Letter of Resignation

This is going to make a lot of people sad And probably some happy But I can't worry about that right now I quit Fine Call me a quitter I don't care I just can't do this anymore I've changed... Continue Reading →


Part 1 – UPDATE: My Dirty White Girl Laundry

Its been a hot minute. A hot year....lets be real. This time last year I wrote a blog that you all responded very well too. The post was essentially about the details of where my life was at, and all... Continue Reading →

Why We Left the Church and What it Taught Us

"If the churches took half the money that they were making and gave it back to the community we'd be alright. If they take half the buildings they use to praise God and gave it to people who need God... Continue Reading →


100 Reasons To Stay Alive

The month of September is Suicide Awareness Month; September 10th being National Suicide Awareness Day. This cause is very important and dear to my heart for many reasons. Depression and thoughts of suicide is something I have struggled with in... Continue Reading →


How to Practice Mindfulness & Reduce Anxiety

"An operational working definition of mindfulness is: the awareness that emerges through paying attention on purpose, in the present moment and without judgement, to the unfolding of experience moment by moment". (John Kabat-Zinn, 2003). More simply put; the ability to... Continue Reading →


What We’ve Learned in 2 Years of Marriage

For better or for worse.  According to the Google Dictionary marriage is defined as: mar•riage /'merij/ noun 1. the legally or formally recognized union of two partners in a personal relationship (historically and in some jurisdictions specifically a union between... Continue Reading →


Pin The Tale On The Scapegoat

And so, in conclusion, if the end goal, the winning prize, is love. I am willing to carry that cross as far as I have too.


B!tches Be Crazy?

"The best kind of friendships are fierce lady friendships where you aggressively believe in each other, defend each other, and think the other deserves the world"


20 Tips For Working Through Grief

What about the seemingly insignificant times in which we are grieving? The moments, situations and memories that we don't give much consideration. We may not even notice that we are in that same process of letting go of our deep love and attachment.


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