Writing Every Day, Bloom. was a journey. Let me tell you. I started writing it in April after deciding to take some time away from traditional diversity and inclusion work. What started out as a simple project of compiling the affirmations I had written to myself along the way of navigating white supremacy turned into an incredible personal project that I was unsure I’d actually finish.
I learned so much about myself during this process that I simply couldn’t have learned any other way. I saw myself flex and grow. I developed a deeper level of grace for myself. And I learned to trust myself and my process in moments of intense doubt. The journey of writing Every Day, Bloom. was the perfect start to my thirties, because I got to start this decade of my life with the most beautiful gift - a tangible reflection of who I’m continuously becoming. And that’s lit.Read More