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The Salt Road

Take a journey with me as we explore themes of empowerment, radical self-love, women power, all with a pinch of salt.

ALL Women Have Needs

Hi everyone! It has been quite a while since my last blog post. To be honest, I had a writer’s block, felt burnt out, and went through some personal hardship and loss; I needed some “me” time. But I am back and I excited to write! In this blog post I want to talk about…

Rejection – The Salt That Gets Rubbed On The Wound

Expectations, hopes, desires, wants, and even love can lead us down a road of rejections. Where each rejection hurts a little worse then the one before. When we are born in this world, we are not given a pamphlet of instructions that tells us a step-by-step plan of our life. In most cases we have…

Being Thankful for All the No’s

Rejection, a term that most, if not all people dread to hear and feel. According to the English dictionary the term “rejection” means “the dismissing or refusing of a proposal, idea, etc, and the spurning of a person’s affections.” Personally, I have felt “rejection” can mean dismissing an entire person, not just the ideas or…

Self-Love and Equal Rights

Hello my readers! It has been a while, but not because I did not want to write, but because the last few weeks have been packed with uncertainty, stress, and anxiety, as well as growth. My energy was spent, and what little energy I had left needed to be on keeping me and my friends…

Boss Bitch (scratch that) Make it a Boss Queen

As some of you might have notice, I did not write a blog post last week. It was not because I did not have any content to write about, but it was simply because I needed to place my energy into making some changes in my life. But don’t worry I never forgot about you,…

People Pleasing and the Art of Losing Oneself

This week I met up with a friend for a social distancing lunch. As we got to talking, the topic of college admissions was brought up. Her daughter, a high school senior, is about to embark on her college admission applications. What is unique this year, is due to covid-19, apparently SAT testing has been…

The Salt of Gratitude

As I have mentioned before, salt is used quite often in symbolism, especially in the biblical sense. In the Christian faith there is a phrase that is used along the message of gratitude, they start by saying a little boy once said the following: “Salt is what spoils potatoes when it is left out” the…

R.E.S.P.E.C.T – Do you have it?

This week’s recipe is something to nourish your body and help cool it down in this heat – a form of respecting your body with food: a fruit smoothie. A fruit smoothie is not a symbolism for respect, but it can be a form of respect for your body if you are wanting to provide…

Buck Up Buttercup! (Do I have too?)

This week I have a drink to go along with my post as I want you to raise a toast to yourself and extend compassion for whatever you are going through at this moment. This drink is my all time favorite because it warms my soul and gives me comfort: Rum Punch – Alyssa’s style2oz…

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