Posted in Life

Time in Nature

The weather is perfect today! The dew point in way down. It’s breezy. The sun is out and allows you patches of warmth.

I grabbed some Subway and went to the park. I wasn’t there long; but the time there was much needed. It was absolutely lovely!!

I hope you take some time for self Care today ☺️ Do something that’ll make you smile. Do something kind for someone else 🙂

With Love and Light

Nova Namastè

Posted in Challenge, Life, Mental Health, self care

Introverts… “Uummm?”

Have you ever heard the term introvert? Introverted? What about extrovert? Extroverted?

Anything ringing a bell?

Maybe you have; FANTASTIC! You’re already ahead of the game. {There’s only one prize at the finish line: additional knowledge for your brain bank.}

If you have but know/remember very little, or you don’t know anything at all…. Get your pens and pads ready.

According to


Noun: person who prefers calm environments, limits social engagement, or embraces a greater than average preference for solitude.


Psychology: a person characterized by concern primarily with his or her own thoughts and feelings


Verb (to used with object): to turn inward: to introvert one’s anger.

Psychology: to direct (the mind, one’s interest, etc.) partly to things within the self.,

Anatomy/Zoology: to turn (a hollow, cylindrical structure) in on itself; invaginate.



Noun: outgoing, gregarious person who thrives in dynamic environments and seeks to maximize social engagement.

Psychology. a person characterized by extroversion; a person concerned primarily with the physical and social environment.

Adjective: ex·tro·vert·ed.having a disposition that is energized through social engagement and languishes or chafes in solitude, resulting in a personality that is gregarious, outgoing, and sociable.

Psychology: marked by extroversion.verb (used with object)

Psychology: to direct (the mind, one’s interest, etc.) outward or to things outside the self.


Each is unique in it’s characteristics, needs, personality traits, etc.

If you’re like me, you’re a type B personality… you know, stops to marvel at a gorgeous sunset, although you’re already late for an appointment or what have you.

So, speaking is much less dominating for introverts. We’re dominantly feelers.

A few days ago, I came across a super cool article from Introvert, Dear.

The article is called “Why Is Writing Easier Than Speaking for Introverts? Here’s the Science

Science????????? What the what???? There’s actual studies, theories, and absolute results to backup “less social”.

Number one: YES!!!! {I had no idea!!}


Number two: Those of us who are (being quiet) is 1/3-1/2 of our population!! None of us should ever HAVE BEEN TOLD nor should EVER TELL a child they need to be “more social”.

Introverted individuals shouldn’t be automatically labeled as Autistic or Selective Auditory Impaired.

I found this information profound in understanding myself (first) and others.

And when I spend time with myself first, improving who I am… I can give my best self to the world.

I absolutely encourage you to take an hour or two and explore the Verbal Memory of Introverts, Sound levels of Extroverts, Social Settings of Introversion or Workforce supported Extroversion.

Here’s some resources:

1. Introvert, Dear

2. The 3 Explanations: Why Introverts Struggle to Speak Up

3. The Power of Introverts- Susan Cain

4. Why Introverts May Find It Hard When Life Returns to Normal

5. What is an Introvert

Screenshot of the IntrovertSpring website

Very insightful knowledge! Learning yourself is where you should start.. within ourselves is where change happens.

I hope you enjoyed this post.

Nova Namastè

Posted in Life

Spotlight Blog: Amarvani-The Happiness Blog

Scrolling through my followers’ posts’, I fell in love with a newly discovered blog!

Why? The messages are full of life, hope, and encouragement! They’re exactly the type of vibes I’d like to present to my readers💚💜💙💛🧡❤️

That said, here’s a few posts well worth reading:

1. The A to Z of Happiness They Should Teach In Schools Around the World

2. How To Give Someone Hope – 14 Human Ways


3. How To Deal With Fear – 16 Ways to Understand and Overcome Fear

*Number Seven is FIRE 🧡🧡

These are at the very essence of what I wish for my blog! I’m deeply grateful to have stumbled across this incredibly inspiring blogger today.

I hope your visit through my blog leaves you with more life, love, and hope than when you arrived💚 Thank you for reading!!! I’m so grateful for you!

Remember to Stay Safe, Speak Life, and Spread Kindness!

Nova Namastè

Posted in Gratitude, healing, Life, Mental Health, peace, positivity, self care

185-194th Day of Thanks Giving

Photo taken from free library

Today, I’m giving thanks for 💕:

  1. Beautiful smiles
  2. Genuine appreciation
  3. Coconut Milk
  4. Fresh Pineapples
  5. Silliness
  6. Dolphins
  7. Oversized umbrellas
  8. Healthier food choices
  9. New opportunities
  10. Blue eye liner

What about you? Right now, would you please tell me a few things that’s making your heart smile?! I’d love to read them.

Stay Safe, Speak Life, and Spread Kindness

Nova Namastè

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Great Post 🌼🌸🌼🌸

I have found, one of the best ways to throw yourself into a writing community is to participate in a few challenges. Not only, will you discover amazingly talented people, but also, read versions of the challenge that invite conversation. You never have to participate; but, if you are newer to blogging, or you would like more followers, mingle among other writers.

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Please LISTEN [NOT HEAR] This 💚💚💚💚

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You matter.

You’re worthy of amazing things.

Your feelings and thought are valid.

You are your own voice.

You’re allowed to use it!