Is It Our Emotional or Physical Weight That Is Holding Us Down?

By only acknowledging the physical we miss the true weight we are all carrying and that we can choose to lift for others.

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I had a moment last night as I looked in the mirror while brushing my teeth for bed. It’s cringe-worthy to admit but I was lost in my imagination, fantasizing about being literally swept off my feet. I caught myself saying, ‘I must…




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Writing on the female experience, race, motherhood & self-development. Columnist at The Green Parent magazine. Follow me on IG @adeola_moonsong.

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