Welcome to 2021! I hope the year has so far brought wonder, fortune, and happiness for you all. With such a tumultuous year behind us, I wanted to introduce these books to your mental bookshelf so that we may all manifest a transformative and fruitful new year. For 2021, the focus of our mental energies will be on transformation and the betterment of our personal health.
1.When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
Rugs can be a very versatile element when used correctly. They can both constrict and restrict the space when in the wrong place, and since a lot of people are relocating for the new year, here are some patterns you can incorporate into your new space to make the most out of it.
I, as was most of the American public, was utterly fascinated with the colour and fashion that appeared today alongside the newly appointed President Joe Biden. While the men were dressed very nicely, it was the ladies that stood out like shining stars. First appeared Michelle Obama who was adorned in an indescribably majestic burgundy ensemble. Next came Hillary Clinton, who’s blouse was of a rich purple similar to the purple that Vice President Kamala Harris would appear in later on. And finally, arrived Dr. …
These are the books that are currently on my Amazon cart waiting for me to stop shopping for silk pillowcases to check them out (It’s surprisingly hard to find a silk pillowcase that is the perfect white). Most of these were recommended to me by a friend, as are most of the books that I read. The other half are inspired by celebrity interviews I have been binge watching (it will become evident which ones these are). Enjoy and let me know through my social media if you enjoyed them or not!
2020 was a year of many tremendously hard challenges for us all and I can confidentially say that never all at once have we as an entire civilization had to endure so many hardships and profound changes in such little time. Growing with continuous political divide and an ever changing attitude towards what it means to be human, I found the greatest lesson I had to learn this year in the strife brought to me by the loss of love and my self worth.
For a long time, I believe I was raised to see men as my source of…
As I approach the second decade of my life, I’ve been fortunate enough to amass life experiences both good and bad. Here are the 20 tips I have for those who are also curious or for those of you who want to avoid the same mistakes I have made:
1. As long as you put the work in, regret is hard to come by.
2. Feeling Stuck? Take a walk.
3. Indifference is the opposite of love. Not hate.
4. Never judge a hobby until you’ve tried it yourself.
5. Love sometimes is not enough. There are so many other…