February 2020 Affirmations

I recently ordered this lovely Affirmations deck from an indie designer based in Australia, Dreamy Moons. I’ve followed her on Instagram for a while now and her art always speaks to me. I love the simple designs, the mysticism, and the gold and black combination. I’ve been pulling weekly affirmations for myself, and I decidedContinue reading “February 2020 Affirmations”

How to Be Present in Nature: Part I (Bird Watch)

Bird watching! When you’re walking in your neighborhood or in your local park, pay attention to the different sounds of the birds around you. Do you hear one bird? If so, can you locate it? Are there many birds? Are they in a tree? What type of birds are flying ahead and where do theyContinue reading “How to Be Present in Nature: Part I (Bird Watch)”

Make Time for Nature

How much time do you spend in nature? Nature heals, inspires, relaxes. Do you realize how much of our lives are spent looking at a screen? According to Forbes, we spend as much as 12 hours a day looking at a screen. We work on computers, we process advertisements, subliminal messages, trends, and “news,” throughContinue reading “Make Time for Nature”

Don’t Forget How Big Your Spirit Is

That’s me. Little B in a big world. This picture reminds me of how “small” I am in this vast space. A space occupied by buildings, some big, some small, some that soar up into the sky. A space occupied by trees, fields, water, birds, and a lot more people. There’s an interconnectedness that weContinue reading “Don’t Forget How Big Your Spirit Is”

Be Intentional About Your Goals – The Chariot: Tarot Inspiration

Brooklyn received its first snowfall of the year yesterday. I came across this old photo I took and thought it was fitting — also because it spoke to me. When looking at the train pulling into the station, I think of The Chariot (Major Arcana) tarot card. The original chariot description features a brave warrior,Continue reading “Be Intentional About Your Goals – The Chariot: Tarot Inspiration”

NYC Summer

Inescapable heat intensified by concrete and steel. Throngs of people crowd the streets, dirt envelops all surfaces, the scent of rancid garbage permeates the air. Despite it all, rain is beautiful on a steamy day; the petrichor feeds my soul, relief has washed over my body.  Shot by me at The Brooklyn Barge, Brooklyn NY