I’m a huge Disney fan and during the pandemic I had a lot of free time on my hands, so I decided to bring a long-time idea of mine to life! Melted crayon art is very easy and super fun to create. Plus, it’s relatively cheap (minus the canvas unless you are able to score one on sale or at a local art thrift store, such as Texas Art Asylum) as Crayola crayons run from $1 – $1.50 for 8, 16 or 24-packs. Continue reading to find all of the instructions on how to recreate this masterpiece for yourself!
In this episode, Bailey speaks straight from the heart and discusses why she hated being in her family home while growing up. She takes the time to explain what she’s learned about herself from this, how it affected her into adulthood and why she’s dubbed herself the “queen of self-inviting”. By tuning in, she hopes to help those with similar pasts feel less alone and give parents of young children and teenagers a new perspective…
Tune in as I discuss a difficult book that I’ve been reading about trauma and how I’ve been able to continue to do so without becoming triggered. The Body Keeps The Score by Dr. Bessel van Der Kolk is a fascinating book that helps the reader understand how trauma affects our brain, mind and body and how we can move forward with healing. This is NOT a book review episode and WARNING: it may be triggering to some.
Tune in as host, Bailey, discusses the importance of not labeling yourself or others, but instead use People First Language when discussing your own or someone else’s mental health status. She hopes that you not only take away valuable information from this podcast episode, but that you’ll also be inspired to break away from any labels that you or someone else has placed upon you.
While most people consider the holiday season the “most wonderful time of the year”, I have much different feelings about it… The holidays are supposed to be grand, happy times spent with those that you love, but what happens to those people out there who don’t have a happy, loving family that they want toContinue reading “Call Me “Ms. Scrooge””
My boyfriend, Monish, and I decided to try out veganism for an entire month because – 1. To see how our bodies felt/reacted to eating completely plant based for an entire month and 2. To see if it’s something that we could do long term. On our first ever date in 2020, we had aContinue reading “Vegan January Recap”
I get asked questions like this on a regular basis so I figured a blog post would be a wonderful way to get all of the information out easily to the masses. Enjoy soaking up this free knowledge from a Poshmark-fanatic! 😉 Poshmark is an app that is essentially an online resell shop – butContinue reading “What is Poshmark and Why Should You Use It?”
If you read a recent post of mine titled The Bedtime Routine That Regulates My Sleep, then you got all the deets on what I do in order to be able to fall asleep at a decent hour. And you’re also aware that I wake up feeling great BECAUSE I get enough sleep each night…Continue reading “Why is Good Sleep so Important?”
With Thanksgiving being this week, I’ve had the word “gratitude” on my mind quite a bit more than usual… Not going to lie, I used to be the type of person who only gave thanks on Thanksgiving Day because, well, that’s what everyone else did. What I didn’t realize was that giving thanks everyone singleContinue reading “Give Thanks, Every Day”
Okay, be honest with me… How many times have you and your significant other had the HARDEST time picking a restaurant to have dinner at? Or wanted to go on a fun date together on your only free night of the week…but had no idea what to do? I’ll be real with you – thisContinue reading “DIY Date Night Jars”