Spiritual Freedom

Since my awakening in 2010, I have considered myself to be a free spirit in the sense that I never really felt that I quite fit into this society, but I discovered an inner light and my soul greatly resonated with the ideas of living a life of freedom, charisma, deep love and simple joys...although … Continue reading Spiritual Freedom

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Blank Slate: Lifestyle Minimalism

A little less than one year ago I began my journey into a simple lifestyle by diving headfirst into the world of de-cluttering and minimalism. (Read about the beginning of my journey here). Today, I would like to reflect on that simple choice and how it has grown into a lifestyle, and talk a little bit about … Continue reading Blank Slate: Lifestyle Minimalism

Act As If

A bulk of my posts talk about how to transform your thoughts, which will then change your emotional response, which will eventually lead to a change in behavior and create a desired outcome. As effective as this simple method has proven to be for me, there is another theory out there that sparked my interest … Continue reading Act As If

Simply Blessed Mama

Today's post is a little different but extra special because it features my long-time friend from Atlanta, Georgia, Sharmin Lakhani. Having known her for quite some time, I already knew she was an amazing daughter, friend and teacher. It turns out, she also happens to be an extremely talented writer, and loving wife and mother. … Continue reading Simply Blessed Mama

Becoming Mrs.Maknojia

It’s official- I am a married woman and resident of the state of Texas, having entered fully into the next stage of my life! The wedding was nothing short of perfect; although the order of events did not go according to our exact plans, every single part of the night- from the food and décor, … Continue reading Becoming Mrs.Maknojia

Minimalism: A New Meaning to Spring Cleaning

During the past couple of weeks, I decided to do a bit of "spring cleaning" which turned into a deep-cleaning, obsessive addiction of ridding my room and my life of 27 years worth of junk. It started out with my desk area and the realization that I may not need to keep 200 pencils, 300 … Continue reading Minimalism: A New Meaning to Spring Cleaning