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2017: w.a.y.s

2017 I’m going to be a savage.
Make moves. Accomplish goals. Build my self-love. And strut with my glow.

        Being one of the greatest and most difficult years of my life, 2016 has been the year of hurting so bad but made living so much more good. I learned to focus on warm energy. Dilute myself in it entirely and become a better lover to the world. As Rupi Kaur explained, “if we can’t learn to be kinder to each other how will we ever learn to be kinder to the most desperate parts of ourselves”.

         I am grateful for the way time panned out for me and with me. I stand strong in the truth of my beauty and journey having no attachment to the validation of others. Finding my way out of the depths, I achieved more inner stability and self-sabotaged less.
With a healthy glow  I have no compulsion to justify my action. Building the peak of my mountains filled with seas of adventures and richness to my life. Enfolding myself with wisdom tides, my existence is not about how desirable I am but to inspire the imagination and bring eternal joy to the soul.

With a beautiful mind, I extend myself to an unconditional love so deep that it will be the light of the universe.

2017 I have faith in your promises.

– Love Em.

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52 weeks, Blue

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I find myself being the type of person who’d rather Netflix and stay up all night, talk about dreams, goals, art, literature and how you want to change the world.

Don’t get me wrong, I love partying. Going to clubs here and there. But it’s not a desire I feel so strongly for. Yea I don’t “turn up” on being on every scene nor do I find myself being boring at all. I’m not missing out on anything. I know what I want in my life and I’m not going to find it doing any of these.

‘Til this day, the minute I learned to love myself (first) I knew I didn’t want to be anybody else (for anyone else). My then greediness/confusion transformed into solid ambitions and aspirations. I finally revealed being my most multifaceted self and I embrace it.

It took a lot of hard-work, devotion to focus on God’s promises for me as I developed the bad habit of wasting away precious time focusing on the problems. But to be rewarded with peace, harmony and greater love is soo worth it. Yea I made mistakes but it just re-assured how human I was. That I was alive. That I could feel. And I have goals to accomplish.


Perhaps one of the best life advice I had read, I came across a post which had said:
“I was making a lot of mistakes and then my archery instructor said:” 
“you make mistakes because you’re focusing on the target and not on your actions”


My desire for continuing to grow sparked new adventures in my life. How to connect on different levels, surround myself with good energy and have so much passion for learning new things. I am building myself to get closer to “home”. And to build it too.

Eventually you’ll end up where you need to be, with who you’re meant to be with and doing what you should be doing.

– Love, Em.

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