Chelsea’s Blog

The girl with five names
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Aug 7
Inspiration

Floating in the Infinite

            A long time ago, on an adventure with my Dad in Hawaii, we decided to swim way out into the ocean. I was only about ten or eleven years old and thankfully a very strong swimmer. We just kept swimming and swimming until we reached a rock formation that stuck out of the water […]

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May 22
Exploration

Fistfights and Unlocking Joy

As I watched two people in front of me in a socially distanced line at a coffee shop almost get into a fistfight, I was snapped out of my reverie. I had been standing there, thinking about what I wanted to write about today. I was in my own little world thinking on joy and […]

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Are we allowed to feel joy right now?

What is happiness and what is joy? I decided to really break it down for myself. People tend to think of me as a supremely happy person, which to an extent is true, but sometimes I feel like that doesn’t cover it for me. Outwardly I may appear simply happy, where inwardly I think there’s […]

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Jan 21
Inspiration

I Always Feel Bad For Tuesdays

I always feel bad for Tuesdays. Even as a kid I never liked Tuesdays. For some reason Tuesdays always made me a little bit angry because they weren’t the halfway point in the week, they weren’t the beginning of the week. They’re kind of like the February of weekdays. But I think it’s unfair that […]

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Sep 20
Inspiration

A Weekend of Happy

Before you do anything, if you need a good giggle, check out my cousin and me back in ’99 and guess which one of us had the gay dads (thanks cousin Cathy for the photo and cousin Austin for being ok with me sharing)…ok now back to our regularly scheduled programming… Social media is a […]

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Dream, Write, Let go…

I believe that I can manifest anything in the world by putting it out into the universe and then working hard on the things I know I can change and then just letting go. Sometimes I forget that when I was 15 one of my parent’s more “spiritually inclined” friends gave me a candle and a […]

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