A breath of fresh air. Sunshine on your face. Blissful moments of stillness in an ever-changing world. Sun and Soul Collective is an open invite to those in search of these moments, from a twenty-something who is slowly (but surely!) discovering them herself. It will encourage, welcome and support you to slow down, find balance and cultivate peace and clarity, no matter what age or stage of life you’re in.
Hi, I’m Alyssa!
For as long as I can remember, I’ve relied on the restorative power of writing to cultivate clarity, grace and inner peace. Writing helps me reconnect to my soul and clear the gray thoughts clouding my mind, opening it up to the sun. So, two years ago, when I found myself in a state of constant anxiety, starting every day already drained, battling chronic illness, and feeling disconnected from the world around me, there were two things that turned it around for me: 1.) developing a regular, daily, diverse self-care practice and 2.) writing and journaling throughout the process. And thus, Sun and Soul Collective was born. An open, public journal about a journey towards wellness, self-discovery, and caring for your mental health.
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