I’m the girl that stops to take pictures of flowers and the setting sun, freaking out about the sky turning pink. I’m the one you’ll much rather find moon gazing on a Friday night than in a smoky club. I love windowsills and rooftops, I want to hear about your visions and I’m interested in the dreams you had when you were a child. Talk to me about your fears and that what makes your heart skip a beat. You know, I wonder what you think about when you can’t sleep at 4 am. For the longest time I thought I need to hide certain aspects of myself in order to fit in. Too emotional. Too sensitive, too deep. Too fragile. My lifestyle too weird, too different from what everyone around me is doing. But I don’t even wanna be part of a system in which it’s strange to eat only plants, I don’t want to explain myself for not drinking alcohol. I don’t want to be seen as boring for reading books and not owning a TV. I’m not crazy for believing in magic and if you want to call me a tree hugger for burning sage and wearing crystals then go ahead – I think trees are fucking amazing and yes I’m the girl standing barefoot in the woods. I cry during movies and good music gives me goosebumps. And honest conversations. I love art. And poetry. I’m drawn to the mysteries of life. I pray. I chant. I meditate. And yes I actually want to make a change in this world. I believe in humanity and I always see the good in people. Organic stores and food markets will always get me more excited than fast fashion. And I’d much rather invest in essential oils than designer bags. I love the smell of my skin after spending all day outside. And when I like you I want to tell you. I don’t like putting things into boxes or labels on anything. I don’t expect. I don’t pretend. But I hug. Often. I hold hands. And I’ll look straight into your eyes when we talk. I mess things up and I might be intense. But I’m the first one to apologize, never afraid to face my demons. After years of questioning my ways and having to numb my sensations and experiences I finally made peace with my overly sensitive nature – and I’m the happiest girl in the world for finally reconnecting to my tribe.