Hi friends! Welcome. My name is Rachel Lydia. I’m a 25 year old journalism student living in Los Angeles. I’m obsessed with discovering new ways to live life to the fullest, become my greatest version, and make the most out of each day. I have a major case of wanderlust, which always gets the best of me. I want to be everywhere, at all times, and experience everything. I nerd out on topics related to health, self-love, minimalism, spirituality, meditation, and traveling.
I created this blog to share my thoughts about the bigger questions I have in life. The questions that don’t get asked on a daily basis but wander in my head at night. What is life really about? Why are we here? How can I live to my potential? There may not be answers to these questions.
There’s more to life than working and paying bills. There’s a whole world that’s undiscovered, both internally and externally. Perhaps if we start to share our authentic thoughts about what it means to be a human being and let the world know who we really are, we can inspire others to live more authentically and realize their true potential. Wasn’t it Ghandi that said “Be the change you wish to see in the world?”
At the end of the day, I’m simply trying to find a balance between keeping my head in the clouds and my feet on the ground. Dreaming big, but still getting up in the morning for responsibilities. Sometimes I eat salads and sometimes I drink too much coffee. Sometimes I dance free and sometimes I laugh at things I probably shouldn’t. Sometimes I sing at the top of my lungs and sometimes I prefer to meditate in silence.
If you’ve ever found yourself curious, seeking answers, and dreaming big dreams then grab some coffee or tea and cozy up. Let’s embrace this messy, beautiful life.
Disclaimer: All the beliefs, ideas, and thought shared on this blog are my own and based on my personal journey and self-inquiry. I am not an expert nor am I trying to be. I’m simply giving my perspective for those who might be going through a similar situation seeking answers from a friend.
“At the end of the day, your hair should be messy, your feet should be dirty, and your eyes should be sparkling ” – Shanti