I affectionately consider myself an everyday kind of girl. One that isn’t flashy or flawless in any sort of way.. but beautifully authentic.
As someone with a background in psychology and counseling, I’m not only a person who is more mindful of the world around me, but also a woman who is more accepting and inviting of the Magical things it has to offer.
As a writer, I also believe in the magic of the written language. Words truly have power. And in a world that is rapidly moving, and becoming less and less concerned with the way in which we say things I think it’s more important than ever that we slow down, reflect, and really take in what we’re being fed.
I therefore wanted to create a space that acknowledged and valued the art of communication.
Just because information can be produced and received at extraordinarily fast rates doesn’t mean it should be diluted.
The Everyday Unicorn is the reflection and representation of a life that isn’t polished or perfect.. but still amazing and magical. Sometimes we get caught up in the “production” life and forget to just live it. We also forget that each journey looks different because it has been specially curated for each and every one of us.
Your Blessings may not look like My Blessings.
Every day we are shown that not only is the impossible, possible.. but we also have the ability within ourselves to make some of that happen.
I’m currently in love with the idea that Beautiful things can happen at the most unexpected time and be shown by the most unexpected people.
In fact, I used to think that amazing things could only come from equally amazing people. And in a way, I was right. The caveat being that everyone is Amazing in their own unique way and it’s simply up to us to both realize it and use our gifts.
Ultimately, I’m just a woman working on becoming the best version of herself and I want to share my journey with others who are doing the same.
P.S. I have a beautifully, sweet Pitbull-Boxer named Bella who you may here of from time to time. And by “time to time” I mean all time, as that’s my literal Road Dog and loving [wo]man’s best friend. 🙂