30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (PURPLE) day 30: how do you stay close to your intuition?

There’s been phases in my life when I’ve been far from my intuition, which meant I was lacking clarity, lacking trust in myself, fearful of making decisions, and so on. You have to make a conscious effort in order to get in touch with your intuition. I try to do this by keeping my stressContinue reading “30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (PURPLE) day 30: how do you stay close to your intuition?”

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (BLUE) day 23: how do you deal with sadness?

Sometimes I can get really wrapped up in sadness and let it consume me. But I try to get something positive out of sadness by transforming it into art. I think some of the most beautiful art came from places of sadness. So it can serve a positive purpose.

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (BLUE) day 22: what gives you the blues?

What gives me the blues is when I really miss someone. It’s hard to miss someone because there is usually not too much you can do about it and it makes you feel very powerless. It also makes you feel completely separated not just from the person but from the entire world.

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (BLUE) day 21: describe your perfect cozy/rainy day

There’s no reason to leave the house. I open the curtains to see pouring rain, dark clouds, lightning and thunder. It’s late morning, but the stormy weather makes it look like it’s the evening. I draw the curtains, but leave a slight opening for a little bit of sunlight to come in. I light manyContinue reading “30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (BLUE) day 21: describe your perfect cozy/rainy day”

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (GREEN) day 20: your thoughts on nature

Nature is so important! Society tries to fight nature and go against it, when really we need to work with it in harmony. We need to honor nature and appreciate it, but instead we try to battle it. Being outside is very healing. It keeps you grounded to the earth like a reality check. NatureContinue reading “30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (GREEN) day 20: your thoughts on nature”

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (YELLOW) day 14: how do you stay positive?

Staying positive is important, something you have to work at, completely on your own… everyone has their own little ways of keeping their chins up… Something I do to stay positive is — and this is unconventional — but I let myself feel really, really, really sad. I know it sounds crazy. But I’m notContinue reading “30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (YELLOW) day 14: how do you stay positive?”

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (YELLOW) day 12: what makes you genuinely smile?

What makes me genuinely smile is nothing in this world but a feeling inside. It doesn’t matter what the environment is. I could be anywhere. It’s a feeling inside of me that I can literally feel in my heart, as if it’s seriously glowing and shining a light outwards like a lighthouse.

30-day challenge: WRITING RAINBOW (YELLOW) day 11: your favorite summertime activities

During the summer, I love going to the beach! Not too often because of sun damage but at least a few times a year. I love swimming in the ocean with good waves and also laying on a towel in the sand and soaking up the warmth. I really like to go on nature walksContinue reading “30-day challenge: WRITING RAINBOW (YELLOW) day 11: your favorite summertime activities”

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (ORANGE) day 10: your strangest quirks

A quirk is a little thing that makes you different from everyone else, or stand out from the crowd. They can be seen as adorable or repulsive, depending on your perception. Either way they always come with some awkwardness. Just because it’s not average. It’s unique. I would say that my strangest quirks include… pickyContinue reading “30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (ORANGE) day 10: your strangest quirks”