My name is Knew. Herstun asked me here to meet you. And to share my th🤔ughts. This season of my life has been a powerful mirror for me. It's helped me confront the reality that I've been dealing with various forms of anxiety, depression, and emotional trauma for most of my life. I'm right in … Continue reading Somethin’ about Love – Meet Knew. By Knew Feat Brené Brown
Welcome back to another follower Friday. These are quickly becoming some of my favorite posts to write. My journey on Herstun has only been about 9 weeks strong now but I have met some AMAZING people and LEARNED so many things. Joseph Shackley is a London journalist and family man blogging about being nice. You … Continue reading Friday Follower Spotlight — Joseph Shackley
It’s so cliché nowadays to hear someone say R.I.P. to whomever or Long Live whomever -- That’s sad more than it is anything. We hear it so often that it’s almost second nature to us now, just as well as it is to make a t-shirt in memory of them. I’m not talking about people … Continue reading R.I.P to R.I.P.
My name is Jazzo. Spell is with a double-Z, please.
The Power of Resiliency Being resilient can take you an extremely long way! Resilient is defined as being able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. The familiar adage “never let them see you sweat” truly comes into play during moments of resiliency. You never know who looks up to you or generates the … Continue reading The Power of Resiliency
The dialect of a true, southern gentleman with a splash of various cultures. Life experiences has taught me to focus on the positive aspects of every situation and spread positive vibes only! Milt the Gr8 is an agent of change and truly a voice for the people… no two people are just alike, however; we … Continue reading Meet Milt the Gr8
My fingers were beaten grey and gold the same color of my bruises that you would prod at You would feed them to me with spoonfuls of honeyed phrases they stung like a bee I would get caught up in it My throat would stick closed Eyes faintly drooped as if you … Continue reading Poem — Endymion’s Fate (and R.Kelly’s too) — Éloa
1. Expecting people not to judge is like asking people not to breathe. You just hope to find people that don't do either too loudly.
I strong-heartedly believe that you get out of life what you put in. Meaning if you put negative energy into the world then expect to receive negative energy back, in most instances. The same is true with positive energy. (Of course there are instances when negative energy is reciprocated with positive energy and positive energy … Continue reading Energy and Vibrations
When did currency become stress? When did it begin to enslave our time, hearts, and minds? Was it the industrial revolution? Has techonology just given us all more time to stress about money? -- Big shoutout to the poet G. P. Montgometry. -- Peso. Dollar. Euro. Pound. Yen. -- A weight that can liberate. Original … Continue reading Poem — peso — G. P. Montgomery