Home isn’t where the heart is; it is what captures a piece of your imagination and you place it in a special part of your soul. It is where you feel the safest and most comfortable. My home is more than a roof over my head: It is my people, my food, my favorite books, and crafting.
I have no reason to seek peace; I have it in me to know when to walk away from anything toxic or strike a balance between obligations and sanity. The art of having ‘Homes Away from Home’ teaches you a few tricks in self-reliance, improvisation, and most importantly, gratitude. You are just thankful for not just surviving, but also growing and thriving.