I know these paths well and as my boots crunch against rocky ledges and as I stand on the stone that overlooks eternity—it is here I am the smallest version of myself.
Around the back, in a hidden back alley behind these new establishments, is probably one of my new favorite hidden gems in Denver, CO. For blocks, the alley is just covered with huge, towering wall murals, all clashing together in their mismatched, geometric, rhythmic, colorful designs. And it's beautiful.
When I think of fall, I think of the color gold. Golden leaves that surely must have sparked the chaos of miners searching for gold in these hills, because how could nature shine so brilliantly without the help of precious metals? When I think of fall, I think of aspen trees and windy … Continue reading A Colorado Autumn
If there's one thing in my life that is a constant, it would be my love of tea. You should see our apartment--we have three bins packed full of teas and coffees. With the abundant variety that we have to choose from, I think it's really important to match your tea to your mood, or more … Continue reading Which tea // which mood??
In this year of new positions, new schedules, and new responsibilities, I found myself lacking in one huge department--self-care. As an RA, a volunteer EMT, a nursing student, and an employee, a friend, a sister, and a daughter, the amount of time I had to take care of myself, was practically nonexistent.