Hi there, I’m Tiffanie…
I’m still discovering myself, and I don’t think I’ll ever stop. After-all, life is full of constant change, mysterious experiences and unanswered questions just waiting to be answered.
So what motivated me to start a blog called The White Owl? Maybe the first question should be – What’s the meaning behind the name? This really depends on which time period or belief system you wish to pull from. For myself and many others the owl is emblematic of a connection with wisdom, intuitive knowledge, seeing through the veil, enlightenment, transformation and a messenger of truth. Why white? For me white signifies purity, divine light, and enlightenment.
I thought about creating a blog such as this for some time, but for whatever reason it just hadn’t happened, until now of course. Once a few people also suggested the idea to me, I decided to put thought into action…sometimes we just need that little nudge. 😉
Thus far in this life (with many, many years to go I might add) I’ve experienced good, bad, and downright ugly. – But also the mystical and beautiful. Here I will write about many of those experiences and much more.
A little about me
I’m a blessed mother of two – 8 year old daughter, Rylee and 22 year old son, Kristian.
My husband and I first met in the 6th. grade. In our late 30’s (then living in different states) we reconnected and married. – Now here lies an amazing story of fate!
Born in KY, raised in FL, now living life in Nashville, TN.
I grew up in a Pentecostal faith based home.
I’m a child of the Christian God, but do not commit or follow one organized religion. I suppose you’d best describe me as spiritual.
I’m an avid reader of spiritualism, metaphysics and a huge history buff.
I’m a seeker, believer and choose to follow MY inner truth.
Political views? Eh, maybe we’ll just skip this one.
I love collecting crystals, painting, traveling, the beauty and tranquil sounds of the ocean and feeling my toes in the warm sand.
I’m very honest…almost to a fault.
In trying times I can always hear the words of my mother…this too shall pass.
I believe we all have our own path to live, learn and grow from. I do not believe in judging others for choices made. Who am I to say how one should think, feel or live?
Talking shop; I’ve been a child counselor (most rewarding♡), medical tech, aesthetician, OP, and business owner. Guess might say, I’m a jack of many trades.
In this beautiful state of being called life, helping others has always brought me immense joy. Whether business related, surrounding spiritual growth, or inner healing. It is when helping and uplifting others I feel most following my intended path.
To the readers of The White Owl, I hope my words find you happy, healthy and surrounded by love.