Energetic Hygiene: Your Tools for Clearing Unwanted Vibes

Do you recognize that you are an energetic being? That there is a pulse in your blood, thoughts in your mind, electricity between your neurons– all which emit vibrational frequencies? Have you ever felt someone looking at you, even if you couldn’t see for yourself? Have you had an icky experience and thereafter a challengingContinue reading “Energetic Hygiene: Your Tools for Clearing Unwanted Vibes”

Power of Selenite

What’s Crystal Claire’s favorite crystal? Easy. Selenite. Selenite’s name is in honor of the Greek Goddess of the moon, Selene. It can also commonly be called Desert Rose, Satin Spar, or Maria Glass. Crystals of this type are most frequently found in the USA, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Russia, Poland, Greece, Japan, & Australia. Not onlyContinue reading “Power of Selenite”

DIY: Grapefruit Sugar Scrub

A man’s grapefruit got lost in my purchases at the grocery store, to which I was irked because I hate the taste of grapefruit. So I put the produce to good use and made a facial/body scrub out of it. Here’s how you can salvage your unwanted fruit into an exfoliant superior to most drugstoreContinue reading “DIY: Grapefruit Sugar Scrub”

Defining a Good Roommate

Sharing a common space harmoniously is crucial to a happy home life, so it counts to have positive relationships with those you live with. In my experience, I’ve had anywhere between one roommate to living 60 other girls at a time. Needless to say, I’ve picked up a lot of lessons about how to beContinue reading “Defining a Good Roommate”

Book Review: Thank & Grow Rich

A longtime favorite, Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill gets a modern face-lift through Pam Grout’s refreshed rendition in, Thank and Grow Rich. The subtle title changes open doors for more profound realizations about what it truly means to be abundant in wealth and bliss.

Share Love

Three weeks after I tattoo’d a declaration of self-love on my hand, I came to the crucial realization that while devotion to loving myself is necessary, it wasn’t a cure-all to live happily. My life’s story so far has been largely characterized my compassion for others, but finding that balance has oftentimes been a challenge.

Accepting Aching Bones

From a young age, we’re conditioned to believe that being an adult isn’t enjoyable. As we progress into adolescence, we savor our youth to numb our sense of inevitable aging. We joke that we “feel old,” but we focus on the negative lights on our naive faces, avoiding the acknowledgement that this moment is the youngestContinue reading “Accepting Aching Bones”