Inspiration | Motivation | Success

I’m a Goal-Digger, Are You?

I’m constantly chasing – chasing (the idea of) success, chasing a dream, chasing the lifestyle I envision in my head every day. I gradually learned that the only thing I actually own is myself, and to truly “own” myself, I need to be constantly reinventing and investing in myself, physically and mentally. I started by […]

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Inspiration | Motivation | Self-Improvement

The Different Ways You Grow

My exponential growth only came after years of accumulating resources – friends, experiences, and skills. Growth comes in many different sizes and can derive from the most unexpected of happenings. Have you ever thought about all the ways change has happened in your life? We grow fastest when we’re emotionally connected or impacted to an […]

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Inspiration

How To Do What You Love

“I mean, we’re from two different generations, but no matter if you’re like, 60 or 16, at the end of the day we’re all still trying to make money and make a solid living, right?” is what he told me. At first, I grimaced. He was talking about the notion of learning extensively about current […]

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Ciao Chloe on the Sunshine Blogger Award

Thank you so much to Hena from scienceandsamosa.com for nominating me for The Sunshine Blogger Award! If you don’t know what the award is… The Sunshine Blogger Award The Sunshine Blogger Award is given to bloggers by other bloggers who are creative, positive, and inspiring. Once nominated, the blogger is required to write a post in […]

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Inspiration

Where is Home?

I have a tattoo on my thigh – a peony with a knife through the center, and underneath, the text “Let the statues crumble” from Sarah Kay’s ‘The Type’. She writes about how what it is to be a woman in relation to others is important, but what is more important is the ability for […]

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Self-Improvement

Creating a Remarkable You

There are certain days where I’d rather be anyone else other than me. It’s the age-old topic about social media and the destructive nature of presenting a commonly superficial appearance of yourself to other people. I’m not one of those people who has accounts on a lot of social media, but when I do have […]

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