Everybody Has a Story Worth Telling
I’ve always been a writer, since I would narrate stories to my mom and she’d write them down and staple them together into books for me to illustrate.
Writing, for me, is about exploration, vulnerability, and the fervent belief that we all have stories that are worth telling.
- PSYCHOLOGY TODAY BLOG
- 5 STEPS FOR LETTING DEPRESSION BE YOUR TEACHER (HUFFINGTON POST)
- 5 WAYS TO FIND YOUR PEOPLE (WHO REALLY GET YOU) (TINY BUDDHA)
- 5 STEPS TO REINVENT YOURSELF (TINY BUDDHA)
- 5 TIPS TO ACCEPT YOUR WEAKNESSES (TINY BUDDHA)
- 10 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR LIFE MORE PLAYFUL (TINY BUDDHA)
- 7 TIPS TO TRAVEL WELL ON THE ROAD AND IN LIFE (TINY BUDDHA)
- GROWING UP AND HOLDING OUR OWN HEARTS IN RELATIONSHIP (ELEPHANT JOURNAL)
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