Is it just me, or is there something just so soul satisfying to be a part of a collective where you are surrounded by folks who ‘get you’? Who you share interests with? Share our challenges and our wins?
Recently, in a Facebook Group I am apart of, one of the women posted on a thread;
“I feel like something is changing in my life. I feel like I am losing friends, and the ones I have left, I am finding I don’t want to talk about the same old small talk stuff with them anymore. And actually, I am finding our interactions pretty boring. Is this normal and what can I do to make new friends”?
Now, some would say that is harsh right? Who gets bored with their friends?
I gift songs for fun. And maybe I have a little bit of lisztomania. Is that like being a little bit pregnant I wonder?
I’m right in the middle of gifting Theme Songs for 2018. FUN!
The gift I receive from this process is that I get to infuse all of these songs into me as well.
So, I thought I might share some of the songs that consistently hit my soul personally.
May they touch yours as well.
Unlike previous blogs, these are organised into sections.
I’ll leave it to you to feel into the song titles and search them up for your good selves.
Oh and I am ALWAYS on the feel out for new songs, so feel free to send me yours! Share the good vibes. xx
I commented in one of my blogs recently about smart phones, maybe really making us dumb. So, I guess, the phones are still smart?
I’ve noticed this trend, and I know it is the ‘norm’ now, that when you go out to have a ‘catch up’ with a friend, there is a phone inevitably sitting on the table.
When did this start to be okay?
When did it start to be the norm that when you are sitting with a real human, having real human chats, that the phone needs to be up on the table? I know some lovers of dogs and I am pretty sure that they don’t love their dog that much that they would let them sit on the table…
83 days of no booze and 7 days of no Facebook. Talk about detox central. No small things for this little boozing social media mouse!
I’ve done all manner of detoxes when my body has asked for it. But to date, I have never done the combo of alcohol and social media.
And so it begins.
But why? Why did I even think this was necessary?
The older I get the more in tune I get with my body. The more I notice things that feel like freedom and light and expansive and the more I notice things that make me feel anxious, overwhelmed and contracted.
I was scrolling through Facebook recently and felt like I had entered a foreign land.
Comparison-ville. Green. Lush. Filtered.