Self-Care Sunday: Forgiveness

Welcome back pilgrims! Whew this time has flown by! I can’t believe it’s the last Sunday in August. When I started this run of Self-care Sundays, I was challenging myself to write more consistently. I am so glad that I did. I hadn’t known these Self-care Sundays would be so cathartic. We have covered a lot of topics on Self-care. Each of my previous posts has been a step to finally get to here. This is one of the hardest acts of self-care I have had to practice: Forgiveness. Though it has been difficult for me, it is the act of self-care that I am the biggest advocate for. Remember that part about self-reflection and asking questions to get to the root? This last year I have done a lot of

Self-Care Sunday: Self-Reflection

Welcome back pilgrims! This self-care Sunday is about getting to know yourself. How many of you have taken one of those magazine or online quizzes to find out more about yourself? Was it to figure out which Hogwarts house to which you belong? Did you take a quiz because you wanted to know which celebrity you were in a past life? Look, I’m not judging you. We’ve all been there. Whether you wanted to know which 90s song you are or you took the Myers-Briggs Personality Test, I think it’s great! You have shown interest in yourself. You do spend the most time with that person, might as well get to know him/her. As with any of the self-care practices, getting to know yourself requires a great dea

Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

Hello Pilgrims, In recognition of World’s Indigenous People’s day, this blog is about my experience with Indigenous Peoples. Indigenous peoples, also known as first peoples, aboriginal peoples or native peoples, are ethnic groups who are the pre-colonial original inhabitants of a given region, in contrast to groups that have settled, occupied or colonized the area more recently. It has always blown my mind how little we are taught about Native Americans. My formal education in the US regarding Native Americans equate to a miscellaneous paragraph here or there regarding Sacagawea, The Trail of Tears, and Navajo Code Talkers. I’ve never thought that the US was on the right side of history wh

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