Dating a free spirit saucydates login
It's easy for us to zone out and get trapped inside our brains.
We are the people who constantly practice being in the moment because we struggle with it the most.
I’m often labeled as a “free spirit.”At first, I wasn’t sure what this label was supposed to mean.
It seemed like such a trivial way to categorize such complex beings. But some introspecting, I realized I may have inherited this title from the woman who raised me: My mother. She was child of the 60s and 70s; she made her own clothes, dated men on her own terms, always spoke her mind and had a mess of thick, Italian-American hair, which she never wanted to tame.
I remember going through puberty and my mother telling me I didn’t have to shave my legs or wear a bra if I didn’t want to.
She taught me that makeup, clothing and all other objects of vanity should be tools to make me happy, not anyone else.
Free spirits have an incredible thirst for knowledge.
We're constantly attempting to make sense of the world in which we dwell.
Our beauty is found within, and it radiates from our very cores into the world around us.
Our empathy causes us to go through powerful highs and lows.