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A FaceBook Reminder

I was scrolling through facebook and I was reminded about something I posted a year ago. It was a poetry project I had completed; I research the meaning of my names and wrote a descriptive paragraph about myself. Looking back at it now, I have to say that I have maintained the level of growth I wanted for myself. I have maintained: consistency self love/esteem/belief/confidence peace/sanity/joy/motivation my diet (what I consume in all aspects of my life) my energy and the steps needed to protect it My Name: Unfolded The… Read more A FaceBook Reminder

Nomadic’s Dictionary

I am…Ambitious, Adventurous Beautiful, Benevolent Creative, Curious, Confident, Complex Daring, dapperEmpathetic, Enchanting Formidable, fulfilled GroundedHappyInteresting, Intelligent JoyousKnowledgeable, Keen Lucky, Lionhearted Mindful, Majestic Nomadic Open, Opinionated Positive, Powerful, PassionateQuirkyResourceful, RichSuccessful, Sweet,… Read more Nomadic’s Dictionary

BNMW Update!

Blogfessions of a Nomadic Mind Wanderer will be coming to you on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays*!! *Unless it’s a special event! Tuesdays and Saturdays will be regular posts (whatever pops into my head)! Thursdays will be #thursdaythoughts (memes, quotes, etc that resonated with me!) I know I can do, it’s just a matter of planning it out. I’m glad you are on this journey with me! Pax et Felicitatem,Nomadic Mind Wanderer

I think It’s Time (The Epilogue to The Act of Calling out)

I usually write about whatever pops into my head. There is an element of randomness I appreciate; I think it’s because I’m so spontaneous. About a week ago, I posted “I think it’s time” because it felt right. Then after posting “the art of calling out” I thought that I should repost “I think it’s time” cause it tied together so well. I mentioned that I don’t call out people that much. However, there are times when someone you love is doing the most and slapping the stupidity out of… Read more I think It’s Time (The Epilogue to The Act of Calling out)

The Art of Calling Out!

Asking for a friend: How far do you go when calling someone out? What do you say? How would you deliver the call-out? Who would you call-out? I vividly remember my first call-out, it was purely reflex, and I was surprised I did it. When I was 12, I decided to try out for the school’s netball team (got cut after a week). One day, we were queuing up, and one of the older girls said something negative with regards to a male teacher. I turned around and said, ‘why… Read more The Art of Calling Out!

I think It’s Time

I love you so I think you need to hear this: I’m tired of giving so much of myself with little to no appreciation. I’m tired of having to constantly listen without you acknowledging the impact of your negativity. There comes a time in your life when you need to realise that your choices not only affects you, but those directly in your circle. Your naivety is restricting access to your common sense. I pray that you will let go of the negative patterns you learnt as a child. You… Read more I think It’s Time

THE BEGINNING IS A GOOD PLACE TO START…

It’s said the beginning is always a good place to start. But which beginning should I start at though, which version of myself should I thoroughly go into? In this instance, I think I will start with my passion for writing. Growing up, my dad always gave me old yearly planners; I never knew why, but I accepted it wholeheartedly (maybe he knew about my future knack for writing). The outdated planners never bothered me because I would always be creative with the dates so that the years matched. I… Read more THE BEGINNING IS A GOOD PLACE TO START…

Generation Curses 101

During my introspection, the term ‘generational curse’ appeared a lot in my feed. It seemed like an entirely new concept as I couldn’t recall anyone speaking about it growing up. I did my research, but it was quite hard to find a proper definition. Based on what I read, I came up with this explanation. Generational curses are misfortunes experienced based on negative traits inherited. I heard the concept growing up. It was used to explain “why a person had a mental defect”, “experienced multiple miscarriages”, “involved in voodoo”, “poverty”… Read more Generation Curses 101