I'm Ashley, the creator of Yours And Yours Truly – a platform for "the Everyone". My goal is to live authentically to who I am, become the best version of myself, and to find value in the smallest of things. And I mean the smallest. That's where the magic is. As I reclaim my own power to make my life my own, I record my experiences and discoveries with the intention to help you make your life your own. Yours and only yours!
The answer is always inside. We've been taught to search outside of ourselves and we've been taught that we have nothing. The eleventh "Yours" piece asks the question, "is having nothing really all that bad?"
No one tells you that letting go isn't the only step in moving forward. There's much healing beyond letting go. The tenth "Yours" piece explores what Freedom really means and how to find it.
The simplicity in life could very well be the answer to everything.
After losing the one we love, we feel as if we've lost a part of who we are. We get so caught up in "them", we lose sight of "us". How do we heal from that? How do we find ourselves again, if not for the first time? This week, we'll talk about how to find yourself again after a breakup, how to continue healing, and learn to debunk the lies that our identity is found in a relationship.
Representation In The Media is something that certainly is not done well enough these days! I would love representation to be improved so click below to see why it's important, some examples of representation, links of articles/organisations and more!
It's that time of year again. That new academic year feeling leaves us all feeling inspired. The physical reset that comes with September is refreshing for us all, but oh do we know that after a few weeks, THAT feeling will go. So here are some things that I like to do to keep myself motivated throughout the day. These tips are applicable whether you go to work, school or work from home!
2020 WHAT A YEAR! A year that took us through many lows and a few noticeable highs. You were different. You gave us a reality check, it was needed but you were brutal. You taught us not to take life for granted and to make the most of every moment. You coerced us into politics and the news. You told us to open our eyes to the wider world around us and to listen to what was going on and to take action. But most importantly, you took too many lives for which you will never be forgiven.