5 Questions With…Kibbi Linga

London Mind Fit is my mental health website where I discuss all things related to mental wellness! Since I launched the site I have wanted to start an interview segment called “5 Questions With” and it finally came to life with this Kibbi Linga interview! Kibbi Linga is an artist in Los Angeles with a talent for the visual arts and a genuine ability to captivate her audience. The way Kibbi includes her followers in her journey by capturing her therapeutic artistic process is remarkable and the stunning visuals she creates are equally as fascinating! Check out 5 Questions With…. … Continue reading 5 Questions With…Kibbi Linga

Cali Sunshine & Rain

I wrote a short story that means so much to me, possibly more than anything else I have written in a while. I submitted the story as a part of The Little Black Book Challenge by Vocal and Moleskine where the winner wins a grand total of $20,000! The guidelines for the submission were to write a fiction piece that somehow includes someone coming into $20,000 and also incorporating a “little black book” into the narrative. I chose to write about something close to my heart. Please read the story, it is a heartfelt and deep tale of Cali Sushine … Continue reading Cali Sunshine & Rain

A Current Perspective On Reality

I am an expert in my own experience, that is what I can offer you. From what I have researched, where I have worked, the places I have volunteered, the things I have done and the places I have been, I have acquired knowledge and skill sets often with the intention of healing others. I am no expert on reality, but I can offer you the perspective of someone who has given it a lot of thought, both for interest purposes and for survival. Lately the media has had no choice but to report on many things it may not … Continue reading A Current Perspective On Reality

Exhibit A Released 5 Years Ago Today

The amount of courage that it takes to be able to even get to the moment where you are standing in front of a microphone in the recording studio can feel insurmountable. At least it did for me. I will never forget recording this song. I really wanted for the engineer to care about what we were creating. This was not only going to be my first single but the song touches on the very sensitive topic of when my friends and former classmates died in an avalanche on a school trip. Obviously it was a large task to ask … Continue reading Exhibit A Released 5 Years Ago Today

Daniel, You’re My Best Friend

I see you in heaven, seeing me working my ass off and yet still flirting with making mistakes. I hear your voice in the background, “he’s a chump, move on.” You said it so many times, I don’t even remember who we were talking about now. To you, they were all chumps. That’s cause you never let me down. You always supported me and had faith in my decision making abilities. You called me “the smart one,” and you were no doubt the funnier of us two. It’s incredible how even in death, 18 years later, you can make me … Continue reading Daniel, You’re My Best Friend

NEW MUSIC: Uncanny

We all know that relationship, you know, the one you get into because it fulfils some sort of fantasy? Well, maybe I just described every relationship to a certain extent, but you catch my drift. Years ago I was involved very briefly with someone with a striking resemblance to a celebrity crush. And, as you do, I wrote and recorded a song about the “situationship”. The relationship plays out in the lyrics of Uncanny from start to finish with an important message at the end of the track. Shoutout to Masta Ace and Jean Grae for always capturing my attention … Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Uncanny

DAY 30: Miss 97%

I made it! I made it! I made it! I did everything I was supposed to do for 30 days with the exception of writing 1 single blog post, which means that if I grade myself in a traditional style… *tabulates results* I am officially, as it has always been “Miss 97%”. You see, I went to a very competitive school for junior high, and at this school people were making themselves sick to get “the grade.” At this particular institution, a lot of people always strived for the 100% on everything. They would put in overtime and extra credit … Continue reading DAY 30: Miss 97%

DAY 29: Mixed Emotions

When you experience mixed emotions it can be quite the wild ride. With this 30 Day Challenge coming to an end tomorrow, I thought I’d be ecstatic about it being over, but in reality, I don’t know how to feel. I’m fairly certain that the behaviours I adopted during these 30 days (minus the daily blogging) will continue once the challenge is over but I can’t be certain. Only time will tell. I have mixed emotions because for some reason skipping 1 day of blogging somehow has me down on myself. I made the active decision not to write that … Continue reading DAY 29: Mixed Emotions

DAY 28: Decisions

The decisions we make, whatever the size, shape the outcomes of our lives. Sometimes inaction is the best action and that is why yesterday I did not post. I made an executive decision to skip the blog post for the day but maintain the other tenants of my 30 Day Challenge. With only 3 posts left (including this one), I would have to say that I have learned a lot, many things that were surprising to me. I made a split second decision to do this 30 Day Challenge because something clicked for me that day: I needed a change. … Continue reading DAY 28: Decisions

DAY 26: Welcome 2021!

Welcome to 2021! Today is day one of another 365 day cycle of time. You can choose to spend any moment doing right by yourself or you can choose self-betrayal by not living authentically. I choose me. I needed 2021. Hopefully the world is ready to embrace the challenges we collectively face. Either way I will continue to put one step forward after the next going in the direction of my vision. Cheers to new beginnings and leaving what was no longer working behind. Happy new year y’all! – @ Continue reading DAY 26: Welcome 2021!