My racing thoughts for the Magic 8 ball

Where do you go to find answers to the hardest questions?

Tarot cards, google, magic 8 ball, your parents? I think what makes it hard is that some questions don’t have any kind of definitive answer. There’s not even any lead for an answer at times but were always looking. Always, right? Is it inside of you, like the cliche saying? Will you eventually learn the answer? Or does the question change? Is it like a mystic-right place and right time thing-when it will be “revealed” to you? And really, if there is an answer how can you predict if the answer will be a right one or the wrong one?

What makes something right or wrong? Something like an act or a decision, maybe a feeling. Is that morality, even when pertaining to an act or feeling? And like a question can change, can a decision change from wrong to right or vice versa? How would you even test morality? And what differs someone’s moral compass from another? There must be a very wide range. How does ones moral compass come to be? Through your environment, culture, or experiences or is it a “hardwired” thing? Maybe it’s a mixture. Does character have something to do with it? Do you view someone as a good person, so their actions/feelings are good? What if one day they do something bad? What makes it bad? Would it be considered bad to you, or since they are a good person of character will that action or decision be a good one?
Are your moral compass and conscience the same thing?
My moral compass is a loud driving factor for the way I am and I think the way I came to be.
Do other people have a loud moral compass and choose to ignore it? Is it easily ignored for some?
I cant not listen to mine.
Sometimes its so evident and instinctual and other times, it takes alittle time for me to decode what it’s saying. Does it “work” better some day than others or under certain circumstances? Who has the strongest moral compass you know? Is strong the right word to describe a great moral compass?
It’s seems to be its expressed as inconstant and at times changing.
I read somewhere once that the basis of a “sound” morality is mutual tolerance and respect.
Do you agree?


📷(Mural @ Coney Island)


Okay, so I practice yoga. I try on Regular basis but of course life happens so I’m solidly doing it three-fours times a week. And I cannot encourage enough people to do yoga. Here’s why (I’ll try not to ramble and go super in depth because I can so easily be lead there with such a topic <3). I’ll clear some things up “about” yoga as well.

Yoga is a teacher.
Yoga is also a lover.
Yoga is discipline.
Yoga is a coach.
Yoga also happens to be a care taker.
Yoga can take any form you need. (For your benefit)

Yoga is not a stretching or exercise class. You can practice though, with the goal in mind of becoming more flexible or strong and fit.
Yoga is not a religion. There are stems of certain yogic practices that influence some (religion). But doing yoga doesn’t make you Hindu or Buddhist. And you are not doing anything wrong if you are a Christian and practice yoga.

Yoga can help ailments such as:
Mood swings
Body shame
Anxiety and stress
Along with becoming more flexible, people also report they are leaner
physically & mentally stronger
More “awake” and have more sustained energy

Honestly there isn’t any kind of person yoga isn’t right for.

Something I want to mention specifically is you really learn to love yourself more. Might be the most important thing yoga helps with. In the world today there is so much of this idea of a great body or what your face needs to look like to be beautiful. Some already struggle to love the skin their in without any of these awful influencers(social media, advertising).
We have this distorted image of how we’re supposed to look when in fact its bullshit. First off no one has a flat stomach, or a perfect ass. And with yoga you focus on the freaking amazing beautiful things about you, your body. You discover things about yourself you never knew, you grow compassion for this vessel that carries you through life. It heals you when your sick, it teaches you to smile more, it warns you of danger, its curvy and straight, and squishy, it allows you to see, to smell, its your best companion. I still have bad days where I think my stomach looks big or my arms look manly but the more a practice yoga the less I attach to these negative feelings toward myself. Positivity comes a hell of a lot easier to you.

You learn to not only judge yourself less but also judge others less. We can’t get away from judgment, in some ways it’s just basic reaction but kindness is too. We don’t do enough things to exercise our kindness, that’s why kindness seems so absent around us sometimes. Your body and mind will impress you with what it can do.


Everything we experience is stored in not only our memories but our bodies too- in the muscles, tendons, fascia. Good experiences and bad ones. Yoga is a way to manage this storage. It’s a way to get rid of the negative- to release tension and blockages so we can feel better in our body, Comfortable in our skin. Our mind, feelings, emotions becomes more manageable.
When everything is working to create harmony, you can become very powerful.
The body is always present. It exists always in this present moment. Our mind on the other hand isn’t always present but when we do yoga it helps us practice presence of the body AND mind simultaneously and that friends is so so important for the health of you. You are the most powerful and peaceful in that moment.

We start to slow down alittle- experiencing and appreciating everything alittle more.. which in turn gives us better quality of life.

Yoga can easily be another aspect of your life, like your family or brushing your teeth. If you start to practice yoga, it becomes a ritual of you. And you have the ability to make it more or less of you. It is perfectly okay to make it less, all that matters is it is prevalent and with it being prevalent, less or more, you will benefit.

Yoga is my life. It is a lifestyle for me now.
I will never be without it for the rest of my time. It is so wholly important to me, to who I have become. To making me feel happy. Once you start to practice you may understand why it has this much importance to me.

Or not
But you WILL be changing, shifting something within you if you practice. Even just a single practice. Your mind will over go change, a peaceful change. Your spirit will over go a strengthening change. Your body will over go a lighter open change. You may not notice a significant change the first or second time but I PROMISE you will notice so soon, so so soon.



So try some yoga if you haven’t
Be present
And do some amazing things



The “IDEA”

I really started this thing because I feel it is my duty as a super human being to spread the word. The word on why fulfillment and happiness are extremely important. To tell you that YOU are a super human being too-We all have the potential to be.
Also to connect and share my thoughts/feelings with y’all. It’s the kind of species we are. We crave the weird feels and shares..

Super human being Definition (according to hella swell)= affecting this planet or someone specifically in gratifying ways. Ya dig?
Gratitude also extremely important and something I constantly practice and will talk about OFTEN.
Plus, stop for a minute and think about how fucking incredible we are. Our bodies not only have the ability to heal themselves, but come equipped with everything we need-a voice, hands, sensory nerves, a heart etc. And our minds ppft! Insanely amazing! Consciously and subconsciously! Total super human being.

We have to get the most out of this life for not only our well being but everyone else’s around us and for this home we all share. Plus the fact that we get no “do overs”! So this shit needs to count, you only live once right? But once CAN BE totally enough. Fulfillment will make this life count.


I just started reading this book my boyfriend bought a few weeks ago. It’s all about creating “art”. And art as described by the book is not what you think…

(It was the push I needed to really commit to a blog)

“Art is not a gene or Specific talent. It’s an attitude, available to anyone who has a vision that others don’t, and the guts to do something about it. Steve Jobs was an artist. So were Henry Ford, and Martin Luther King Jr.”

Okay so alittle abstract right?! But totally makes sense, RIGHT?!
Here’s more:

“A revolution is here, our revolution, and it is shining a light on what we’ve known deep down for a long time- you are capable of making a difference, of being bold, and of changing more than you are willing to admit. You are capable of making art.”

How can you not feel like ridiculously empowered after reading that! Inhale that deep into your body, and breathe it out, all around you, all over the place.

I strongly urge anyone looking for something that’s missing, or for that extra shove, or even for some feel good inspiration to read this book. (And to continue to follow this blog 🤗)
Perfect reading material for us all to really start the journey

The Icarus Deception by Seth Godin
“How high will you fly?”

Still unsure if this read is worth the time, I’ll leave you with one more quote by Seth Godin about his book…
“I’m under no illusions that this short book is going to change your biases completely. What I’m hoping I might do is get under your skin enough that you’ll ask yourself some hard questions about why you’re not achieving as much as you would like (and why you’re not as happy as you’d like to be)”

Woah, how more relevant can we get?!

📷 ~ Dylan Shelkin