What I learned a year Without Facebook One day last year, I decided to delete my Facebook account. And I went a whole year without it, longer even. I re-opened my account as a completely different person. To ensure my new beginnings, I made sure I had only 300 friends, I deleted all my photos … More 18 Things Better than a Facebook Like
If I could go back in time and erase all the pain, all the tears, all the worry, all the heartbreak… Go back in time to complete all my plans, achieve my goals, plan life how I thought it would be, how I thought it should be, how I wanted it to go, I’d have completely … More How do you stay happy?
What is bravery? A question I ask myself often. Usually when walking alone down dark alleys, when talking to homeless people, going to Martial Arts classes, traveling to different countries, meeting strangers with twitchy eyes. Maybe asking for another fork cause I dropped my first one, getting yelled at by obnoxious drunkards, or eating Cheetos … More Buts about Brave
In a letter my mother wrote to me while she was in the hospital, she said, “Writing this note, knowing you’ll be holding it soon, gives me goosebumps!” On my first night home from Beijing, I found it tucked under my pillow and I smiled at my mother’s cheesy words. My mother who passed away 3 … More #thetinafund
More like a Pirate less like a queen ~Or more like a queen less like a pirate~ An archetype personality exists in the collective mind of society, the communal mind of all of us together. Inherited through language and images, these unconscious ideas and patterns universally present themselves in the individual psyche. And sometimes these … More **Poison Pie Column**
Us happy people gotta stick together. Give some blood please, that’d be nice. Check out blood.ca to find a clinic and give. Oh hello hi! Have a Happiness Experience you’d like to share? Well share it here by sending an email (email@example.com). AND after you’ve done that the paradigm of logic states you should like FindingFelicity on … More The Ceiling
“I’m all smiles, happiness and laughs, but every once in a while an experience pops up that gets my goat.” ~Me. Frankly, I am a smiling feminist, and on my travels I don’t make it a point to look out for these things and write about it later. But this time I had to make … More whistling as a compliment
They say hatred, racism and prejudices are handed down to us by our forefathers. Nothing’s unique about any of these vices, the way they feel and the way they divide groups remains constant, cookie cutouts of heartbreak and strife. Are stereotypes lies? No, they’re true. Are prejudices unfounded? No, they’re founded. Is there a reason … More Unlearning
Call me crazy or naive and maybe a little repetitive. But why should I say it any differently when it’s already been written so beautifully. Us happy people gotta stick together. Giving won’t bring my mother back it will let someone else keep theirs. Please check out blood.ca to find a clinic and give. Oh hello … More I’m Obsessed.
A few months ago I wrote a post in complete and utter anger to Coco Chanel in regards to something she always used to say; “Don’t spend time beating on a wall, hoping it will transform into a door.” No, I’m not taking my words back at all. In fact, f**k you Coco Chanel for your … More ~Well Well Chanel