Tag: living

Catching your Judgement.

Good Morning, I woke up today with the sound of Gabrielle Bernstein’s guided meditation on allowing yourself to feel the emotion of whatever judgement it is your feeling. Lately, I felt as though I’ve been judging people on how their are. I feel myself as if though I am better than them and I think…

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Next: Trip to Trinidad.

I’ve decided to travel to Trinidad with a coworker as a gift to myself and an added bonus to the independence development I’m currently going through. Although I’m not by myself 100%, the trip to another country without my family to rely on is a huge deal alone. Finding a detachment from my family is…

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My current problem: Anxiety

I have a confession to make: I have realized my anxiety has been stopping me from fully giving myself to acting. I think about acting and how much I love it, how much I’ve given myself to this journey, my process, how much I’ve grown, how strongly I feel about my purpose to this craft,…

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Rebirth. – Repost.

This is me. I wasn’t always like this…  or I should say… I’m not always like this. I’m not always like this person that “gives great advice”, that feels great all the time and is always wise with making decisions…. I’m not always so “happy, go lucky.” I mess up, A LOT. I doubt myself,…

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What People Think About you Means Nothing in Comparison to What You Think About Yourself.

From the moment we are born we are judged. Beginning with the word, “perfect.” To later, as we get older, changing to negative words, “you’re annoying,” or “you’re not good enough because…”, specially when it comes from a controlling parent, everything we do has to look good in the eyes of everyone else so that…

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FOMO.

FOMO…. that sounds kind of silly, doesn’t it? Let’s get educational and look at the definition of it. Fear of missing out means: anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may currently be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on a social media website.  Damn you, social media!!!  I think I was a constant…

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