All posts by: Allison McKee

I do. It’s because I want it too. And now I know how to get it. And I also know, that there is only one way to do it. By way of the relationships in my life, I want relationships...
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While, I appreciate the fact that people are: #1.  Reading my last blog. #2. Thanking me for my honesty and authenticity It also makes me vomit a little bit in my mouth. We are living in a world where we...
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It’s 24 years ago today that I said, “I do.” “Shit. We have been through a lot in 24 years.” Yep. At 18, and pregnant, I’m not sure folks held out for a very ‘successful’ outcome to our nuptials on...
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‘You look so happy and healthy!’ was the comment from my friend when I posted this picture on my social platforms Friday. ‘I am!’ was my response. But I’ve spent all weekend lamenting that comment. Because I think I need...
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Authenticity, integrity, real….all commonly used buzzwords in circles of self improvement and discovery. I’m trying to be my most authentic self. I’m looking to create relationship with real people. Integrity is very important to me.   Being my authentic self...
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Do one thing a day that scares you. I think the first time I saw that quote it was on a lululemon bag along with the rest of the active wear and lifestyle company’s manifesto. Do one thing a day...
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There’s a part of me that wishes this personality trait would have been more developed about 30 years ago, but then I have come to understand that things happen for me when they are supposed to and so, I try...
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I’m having an affair. Rekindled really. It’s been going on for a while now. The way it makes me feel. Close my eyes and…deep breath It’s created an oral fixation. But I also love the way it feels in my...
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I need to riff. Truth: I used to think that I needed to be a ‘hard core b*tch” In fact, I’ve been called that, out loud, in both endearing, well loved spaces and those not quite so much. In order...
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So, what happens after you hand write 100 wishes a day for 7 days? In my Kundalini Yoga Class last Saturday, the homework our teacher assigned, was to hand write 100 wishes a day for 7 days. The wishes could...
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