judgement detox.

“Your truth is what heals” – Gabby Bernstein We can’t blame other people for not giving us what we want and need when we want and need it. We all have our own “stuff” going on, and coming from a place of understanding and compassion may be the wisest thing we can do for our ownContinue reading “judgement detox.”

that funky spunk

Reader beware, this is going to be unappetizing. Yup. That’s right, we’re talking about semen. I don’t know about you, but I’ve had my share of funky tasting spunk, jizz, cum, spooge, whatever you want to call it. And you never know what you’re going to get when you’re with a new lover. The mentalContinue reading “that funky spunk”

universal tests

To prove you are in alignment with your intentions is determined by if we pass or fail a series of universal tests laid out in front of us. This is how it works: The magic of the cosmos will present us with a circumstance in order to gauge how intent we are on our intentions. IContinue reading “universal tests”

What are your dating standards?

Let’s take a moment to talk about DATING STANDARDS Sticking to my dating standards during the pandemic has been difficult, or rather, I’ve been lazy. Bypassing the tinder texting phase and almost instantly sharing my phone number, bypassing my social media non-share practices and sharing my online life with a stranger, bypassing the feel-the-vibe-out phoneContinue reading “What are your dating standards?”

A Covid fling and it’s permanency

As we slowly get back to normal life only time will tell if your Covid fling will last. Oh yes, I’m talking about that companion we had to FaceTime with through the night, to go on physical distance walks with, to text during the day when bored af. How will these relationships fair once we’reContinue reading “A Covid fling and it’s permanency”

A brief follow-up: It’s like looking in a mirror

On second thought, we shouldn’t put our expectations onto other people. For one, I’m a firm believer in expectations leading to let down, and two, we have to allow people to just be who they are. When we put expectations onto others we are kind of trying to control the situation. Rather, let us allowContinue reading “A brief follow-up: It’s like looking in a mirror”

It’s like looking in a mirror

Anytime I find myself in the bathroom of a new beau, I give myself a second look in the mirror. It’s that “here we go again” kinda look. And in each bathroom mirror I think “maybe this is the one? maybe this is the last time I’ll catch myself in the mirror of a newContinue reading “It’s like looking in a mirror”

Covid & the changing dating landscape

Well, I’m glad to say I kept some of my fat clothes. There’s a definite expansion in my waist these days, and it might be from stress eating! Right now, it’s all about being comfortable, and with the world turned upside down, it’s easy to get swept away in news-fear and anxiety. We are turningContinue reading “Covid & the changing dating landscape”

isolation boredom + dating momentum

There’s something to be said about maintaining the momentum when online dating, especially now during COVID. We are faced with many matches and an urge to make a connection with someone and perhaps even sustain said connection all while we’re stuck at home. If the connection wheel is a spinning and you let it slowContinue reading “isolation boredom + dating momentum”

emotional pain > physical pain

I think some people don’t understand just how painful a breakup can be. Often times, friends and family of the afflicted will provide advice like: “you can do better”, “your ex ain’t shit”, “there are plenty of fish in the sea” and a slew of other things meant to help you out. Don’t get meContinue reading “emotional pain > physical pain”