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Leona Nichole

When the Squat Challenge Doesn’t Lift Your Spirits…

It had been a long and peculiar day. Some frustrations, but still, a number of creative wins. I was somewhere between weary and expectant as I walked around my room switching off my fairy lights: The white hearts hanging over my closet; the paper lanterns around my rocking chair; the glowing roses dangling next to my affirmations; and my favourite new additions: bronze geometric polygons that cast shapes across the back wall of my room. There were more, but you get the drift. I have a lot of lights. I lifted my duvet, the one I love with the elephant

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Leona Nichole

The Cum Up – How You Lose Her…

For those of us committed to living our best lives, who believe in keeping shit positive not by way of cognitive dissonance; but really coming to terms with the negativity of a self-perpetuated fear based reality – that is, our own poverty of mind, self-doubt, envy, falsity, distrust etc. Those of us who know the shadow has just as much to offer as the light. That all our vices don’t

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Leona Nichole

Pussy Power – An Emptying

I was luxuriating and meditating in the bath the other day and it came to me that I have been on a journey of celibacy rather than sexlessness. That I should not resist it because my relationship to myself, my body, and my sexuality has been transformed. You know I love to talk about my masturbation practices. I will write an article on that EVENTUALLY. But back to the bath.

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Leona Nichole

When the Squat Challenge Doesn’t Lift Your Spirits…

It had been a long and peculiar day. Some frustrations, but still, a number of creative wins. I was somewhere between weary and expectant as I walked around my room switching off my fairy lights: The white hearts hanging over my closet; the paper lanterns around my rocking chair; the glowing roses dangling next to my affirmations; and my favourite new additions: bronze geometric polygons that cast shapes across the

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Leona Nichole

The Paraphernalia of Loneliness (Part 1)

You know you’re lonely when you find yourself envious of the connections people make in AA. It’s a muggy Friday evening and I’m alone in a messy room watching the Netflix original Bloodline. I see the kindness in one character’s face, the denial in the other, and you know the arc of the story to come. I want that. Someone to look at me knowingly. Last night I told him

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