Category: V & E Tribe

Self-Love Isn’t Just About You — From The Fringe

  I’m a massive fan of self-love. I cherish the idea of us all being wonderful to ourselves and investing the majority of our time and energy into our own selves and wellbeing. We’re all so brilliant in our individual ways and it seems a waste to forgo that chance of unadulterated self-love in favour of…

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V&E Tribe: Ashley’s Truth — Enjoy My Life, Let the Universe Do the Rest

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I should be going to sleep but instead I’m thinking about my career and my passion for Storytelling photography. With just over a month before Rosie turns 1 years old and my maternity leave runs its course, I’m feeling nervous and I’ve been letting my ego run the show the past couple of weeks. I […]

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V&E Tribe: Lessons from the Church of the Phallic God

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Originally posted on Ebben Wilde:
I am 14 They tell me if I loved something too much, the almighty God would take it away. He would give me the ability to love something so fully, so fiercely, so deeply and pure turn around and smite me with his jealousy. It’s ok to love, but don’t…

V&E Tribe: The Natural Way – Today’s Epiphany

Originally posted on A Spiritual Journey : Ashley's Truth:
I just had this epiphany. I was thinking about my baby Rosie and how she had learned how to sit and crawl so quickly compared to her fellow baby peers. But when she was only a month old, she didn’t have any inclination that she should…

RE: 10 Ways to Resist Depression When You Work From Home

A few months ago, I came across this comical piece from the New Yorker about working from home. It’s hilarious, mostly because it’s a little too accurate. Everyone who works from home is at risk of getting sucked into a vortex of unstructured-ness, a wormhole of “I have nowhere to go, nobody to see, no […]

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Finding happiness in your life.

REPOST We all want to be happy. The question is “how can I be happy?” Speaking from experience, I asked myself this question a few years ago. I then embarked on a journey to find the answer to this question. I want to share a few of the things I’ve learned on my journey with

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