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#thursdaythoughts09012020

How you see yourself is based on how you allow others to treat you. So it’s time you really think about your value and put a “price tag” so no one can ever take you for granted again. Pax et Felicitatem,Nomadic Mind Wanderer

#thursdaythoughts02012020

The first Thursday thought of the new month, the new year, the new decade should be about pushing yourself. Last year was about the realisation of self-worth, now this year is about utilising the potential. What goals are you starting (and continuing) this year? Hope this gives you the push to get it going. Pax et Felicitatem,Nomadic Mind Wanderer

So Long, Farewell (Bisous, Bisous)!

Dear 2019, Letting go used to be so hard for me because I was petrified of what was coming my way. Taking the time to figure that out helped me to embrace all the unexpected encounters wholeheartedly. I’m no longer scared to let you go; I’m open to the new possibilities that will present itself to me. I’m ready for all the beautiful souls I will cross paths with to help me expand my thinking, the experiences that will aid in my growth to my best self. You gave me… Read more So Long, Farewell (Bisous, Bisous)!

Generational Curses 102: Parenting Styles

This post was inspired by a video I saw on Instagram which talks about “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome.” It gives a brief explanation about why parents (descendants of slaves) behave the way they do. I found it quite insightful and helped me understand why I experienced certain things growing up as a child. It’s no secret that how we behave stems from interactions with family, friends etc. What if these people were unaware of the traumas experienced by ancestors and classed their traits and mannerisms as cultural? What if they… Read more Generational Curses 102: Parenting Styles