Why you struggle with “lack of productivity” guilty.

I am that person who creates schedules and to-do lists. I like feeling organized and on-track, so when I get off track, I start to feel guilty. The little voice in my head starts telling me I am… Read More

Procrastination to Manifestation: How to increase productivity & crush your goals.

TRIGGER WARNING! Your procrastination is self-sabotage. End of sentence. Period. Point blank. Okay now let’s unpack. For everyone who has their ammunition ready to fire and say “I get my best work done last minute!” I say, yeah… Read More

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Self-Reflection Writing Prompts for Clarity and Self-Love

I swear by self-reflection, especially the Buddhist philosophy that we separate from our thoughts. Our thoughts do not define us, they are not us, they are separate and independent of who we are as people. One way to… Read More

How to Overcome the Fear of Putting Yourself Out There.

For so many of us, the thought of putting yourself out there can be nauseating. How many things run through our minds before we do something in the realm beyond our comfort level? It’s daunting and it’s anxiety… Read More

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What Happened When I Let Go of My Pain

After close to 3 years, I realized I was actually traumatized by my father’s death. I’m pretty sure I was going through some serious PTSD all of 2018 and 2019.  I didn’t realize it at the moment, but… Read More

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5 Ways to Protect Your Energy and Time

When I say “your energy,” what comes to mind? At first I thought of it as some abstract, mystical thing that isn’t measurable, similar to the vibes, the auras. What I now realize is that this form of… Read More

Who am I?

I know who I am. I am a women. I am Latina. I am a reader, a writer, an investor, a compassionate person, a treehugger, an animal lover. I am a human being. I thought I knew who… Read More

Is life balance possible?

In a previous post I briefly touched on the Buddhist concept of “The Middle Way,” in relation to love and relationships. The gist was that we should neither rush into falling in love nor reject love altogether. Instead,… Read More