On International Women’s Day I thought it only befitting to write on a topic that relates and celebrates women. I am only one woman in a uniquely vast pool of beautiful females, and I would never dare speak for or try to represent the masses. Every society, country, culture has a different view of womanhood… Continue reading Proud to be Me; A Woman
Where do you go when you feel the pressure of the day weigh down upon you like a sodden life vest? Where do you run to for solace when you cannot get the chaos in your head to quiet down? What do you do when you simply need to remove yourself from the rat race… Continue reading My Escape Room
In the past two decades with the explosion of the internet and the introduction of social media, we have all been able to share our lives with the world with a touch of a button. As various social media platforms took hold on mainstream society, one thing has become evident; we are obsessed with displaying… Continue reading Shiny Things
I first discovered the medium of podcasting roughly three years ago (I know I am a late bloomer). I had recently started a new position that required a 50-minute commute to and from work each day. Between the traffic, the distance and someone with general anxiety, it was imperative that I found something that would… Continue reading The Podcast: An Unconventional Remedy for Despair
She wandered through the empty corners of her mind looking for direction and inspiration she may have not tapped into quite yet. She felt numb and uninspired, almost comatose as she navigated through this next phase of her life. This was the moment she had fantasized about for years when she was knee deep in… Continue reading The Evolution of She
When the world around you becomes too much, when the chaos in your mind becomes too loud, step back, stay in, and sit in your thoughts or engage in that which brings you back to balance. The world can wait. ˜ Honestly by Ellen Good Very often I find myself needing to recharge. I am… Continue reading The Empath in Me
The dismal days of lonely desperation and unbearable sadness taught her to embrace those periods of pure joy and emotional liberation. The fog will eventually dissipate as she begins to find her way out of the murky mist. © 2019 Honesty by Ellen Good
She desired to be loved by one who was not threatened by her opinions, intellect and eclectic views; someone who could leave the ego at the door and expose their authentic self without fear and trepidation. Although her desire for companionship was often at the forefront of her mind, her unbridled need for a most… Continue reading Rules of Engagement; Second Time Around
She felt most liberated in mind, body, and spirit when she shook off all the expectations and societal norms. A rebel in her own making, and more alive than ever before, she took her first steps towards happiness with clear intent and unfaltering determinations.
Time can be the greatest friend, yet biggest betrayer. It generously gives what seems like glimpses and instances of happiness while later lingering painstakingly with occasions of hurt and sadness. A continuous, cyclical exchange; as it gives, it takes until the very end when we ask with apprehension, "Where has time gone?"