One of those nights. Do it ever get better?
Would it ever get better? Windows down.
Blue lights. Cigar And movie. All in my car.
Some nights I drive by the ocean park my car and just have my moment.
Asking myself questions and trying to find the answers.
And the way my luck is I WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND.
Is chasing my dreams really worth the seperation of not having all my wants?
1. I’m too nice sometimes. 2. Adventure is out there. I need to change in order to find my happy. 3. My past ruined me but I need to move on. 4. I’m not so bad 😏 I’m worth more than I think. 5. I am the queen of overthinking. .
I did A LOT of soul searching this weekend. And I need to put into action what I think I need right now. #change#findingpeace#findinghappiness#lettinggo#movingon
✨C O N N E C T I O N / / B A L A N C E✨ The good thing about having your sister to stay for a long weekend is that when you say, ‘do you mind if just do a couple of hours’ work before we do anything?’, she’s ok with that. Got this little beauty created this morning (swipe left to see the full piece) for the lovely @glowwithpriya to give to her friend - I hope she loves it! .
I hope you’ve all had a lovely Monday. Helen, x
The sky has become really healing to me in my journey to happiness. I love watching the sun set at night, and I love that it’s warm enough to be outside the whole time, here in AZ!
I have been watching the sky, thinking and reflecting on who I am, who I have been and who I want to be. So I want to make this a post about apologies, as that’s been part of my healing/reflection process the past year.
I have tried fairy hard in the last few months to apologize to people I have hurt in my past. I am genuinely sorry to those I have hurt, and I promise I’m facing consequences because of my actions. I want to preach peace and love and my apologies to those that I have hurt- I really am sorry. I’m sorry for who I was. I’m sorry for what I had said and/or done. I’m sorry for the mean words, the judgements and the general mean spirited attitude I have had. I am not the same person I used to be, and I don’t want to be that person ever again.
My recovery and reflection has shown me how I want to be kinder and happier every day. I want to hold open more doors, give more compliments and love harder. I’m so thankful for everyone in my life who has stuck by my side all these years.
I wish everyone so much love and happiness. And to let those who are still hurting from something or someone in their past- it’s never too late to apologize or work on your recovery.
On to the next phase of my life. Surprised? Don't be. I move with the wind and my family moves with me. As a (very) small update, I'm back in Los Angeles getting settled again. The House Project is still a go. Black & Bookish (ME!) is thriving with so much more going and for my sanity, my home base is Cali. More blog/book/life updates to come. #home#findingpeace#blackbookswhereverIgo