Being Non-Reactive

peaceBe the Bright Light this Holiday Season that Stays Calm & Collected.

I took a special Yoga class last week with on of my best mentors & most inspiring people ever (thanks Chelsea!) and she spoke about being non-reactive. She shared a story and talked about how important it is to detach from other peoples crazy emotional outbreaks in order to remain more calm when any given situation occurs. That theme stuck with me throughout her classes and unique transitions, and as I did my best to keep my breath moving even with the challenges and holds. It continued throughout my day and to my surprise I was well aware at how reactive I get. At this point in my life I consider myself a pretty peaceful person. I have Yoga to thank and life experience which has taught to me to relax, slow down, and accept the beauty of living in the present moment. It’s amazing how much energy I unconsciously give up throughout my day. For example, when I was driving home I got put in some traffic at about 230pm in the afternoon. I immediately reacted (to myself in the car) and got annoyed, etc. My teachers voice popped into my head and I had to remember to embrace the moment because I can’t change the traffic. Instead of reacting and getting myself into an angry, frustrated, WTF is wrong with San Diego type of mood, I needed to settle. I put on some good music and began to embrace the moment of slowness, recognizing a little bit of traffic was not going to fully ruin the moment or the rest of my day, and that it would be totally useless to emotionally get aggravated for that short period.


The holidays are here. Yay! And Nay! For some of us, deepending on our family dynamic and more. As we are around family, friends, people we like and people we prefer to never see again, it is important to stand your ground and stay in a place of peace and acceptance. When you become reactive you give your energy away. You will notice when you are around a lot of angry people they often take your good energy from you and then your become angry as well. Or if something happens, and for example, you sister gets really upset about it and starts to cry and get emotional, that often will trigger others to adapt some form of emotion too. This may be grief shown with sympathy, maybe anger thinking your sister is stupid for crying, etc. Emotions are powerful things! You do not need to pick up any extra emotional baggage or wounds form others this time of year. Family can bring out the best and worst of us all. It’s important to lay your ground and stay present and peaceful with whatever stuff happens. That way you can enjoy the season, even with the business and family drama 馃槈 peace

Tips to stay Non-Reactive at Holiday Time:

– Take deep centering breathes

When things happen, someone gets upset, etc, come back to you. Close your eyes, take some breathes, recenter yourself so other people’s shit is not causing you to react or attrain to the emotion they are experiencing. You will get triggered, relax, breathe, then speak and more forward as you need

Get outside! Take Walks, get into Nature, get away from the House

Lots of people is lots of energy. Add in parties, stress of cooking, decorating, entertaining, etc – it is a lot to handle. Take a walk when you feel overwhelmed, get away from the group/family, soak up some sun, snow, & let nature help calm you. You will be surprised at how liberating it can be!

– Keep a positive story in your head about You

Family triggers us all in different ways. You can love your family and not be best buddies with them. I am the outcast of my family and frequently laugh at how out of place I fit into the group (especially with my green drinks). Keep yourself happy and entertained by remembering who you are, what you stand for, and the good qualities you have. You family may not agree, or support, & that’s okay. You can have other reasons to love them or at lease show presence in the season.

– Smile

When things happen smile. If someone acts out of place, says something mean, tells you something that does not suit you, SMILE. Compassion is the best gift everyone can give. To me, a smile is a way to bring neutrality to any situation, give lightness, and a sense of warmth.

– Practice thinking, feeling, then speaking

We all act different around family. Often our walls are down, we treat our family different than we would treat a stranger, coworker, etc. Everyone is accountable when they are reactive. When you know that person is going to piss you off this holiday season or make you feel bad – practice pausing. Let things digest, let yourself process them, then decide if its something worth getting emotionally triggered by. Often when you pause you can notice it’s never about you, always about the other person and their shit. Thus, when that brother you don’t vibe well with says something that usually you want to lash back at, maybe this year you can be more peaceful, calm, collected, and smile and not respond or give a mere ‘thanks’ and let the words wash away…

Do the most you can to exercise, move you body, and venture away from the people so you can stay calm & collected. I listen to music often, grab my headphones, or find an empty room, lock it, and enjoy the stillness for a few moments.




Lemon – Natural Happy Oil & Energizer


Help Yourself Out this Season – Use Lemon – Feel Happy & Feel Better & Alive!

Add Lemons to your water & daily routine! Lemons help detox the body and allow toxins to move through and out of your easier. Especially important around the Holidays when we are celebrating, eating more, & often indulging in not so natural or healthy eats. Because we are in the cooler months of the year, and transitioning to Winter, the body needs warmer foods and drinks to help balance. Make it your ritual to wake up in the morning & sip on some hot lemon tea, and enjoy room temperature water with lemon to help digestion, after meals, or if you need a work or afternoon pick me up 馃槈

The better your digestion, the more your body will release and expel holiday treats. Avoid gaining weight by taking care of yourself. It is okay to treat yourself and enjoy good company and parties. Ensure your body is performing though, eliminating, and digesting at it’s best. The holidays can also be a stressful and emotional time. Use Lemon to enhance your mood, uplift yourself, and help you feel more energized – especially if you live in a place with little/no sunshine in the Winter. I spray lemon throughout my room in the morning to help my mind & body wake up. I also use it when I need to concentrate or get work done. Lemon will help you get through the dark months of Winter. Add it to your ‘medicine’ cabinet & shopping list! I also use the oil below in my water, and carry it in my purse. Great supplement when you don’t have organic lemons or are traveling/ on the go.

Why Lemon??

Lemon helps to purify our senses, our body, & flush out toxins that we naturally accumulate through eating, breathing, etc.

  • Improves digestion, congestion, constipation, & prevents overeating
  • Lemon is a natural uplifter helps cure depression (great for the darker days when there is less sunshine)
  • The scent of lemon helps you relax, destress, & feel more clear and at ease –> Spray it at your desk while working!
  • Improves concentration & alerts your brain to wake up! (Great coffee replacement, especially mid day)
  • Lemon gives you more energy, & helps anxiety
  • Lemon helps cures hangovers!
  • Lemon works your internal organs and purifies: intestinal parasites, lymphatic system, skin, tonsils,
  • Helps cure fevers & flu symptoms
  • Balances digestive, immune, & respiratory system
  • When smelt, aromatic properties: health, physical energy, purification, warming
  • Brings you Joy & helps you feel Happy!

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“Another favorite, this essential oil powerhouse is cold-pressed from lemon rinds to preserve its delicate nature and potent properties. Lemon is known as a powerful aromatic, topical, and internal cleanser that can be used to complement many other oils. Diffusing lemon in a room can cleanse the air and uplift mood. It can also be used on surfaces throughout the home as a non-toxic cleaning booster. For aromatic, topical or dietary use.” [DoTerra Website]

Lemon Face: Lemon has helped combat food poising, malaria, and typhoid epidemics. Lemons cure liver problems, help lower blood pressure, arthritis, and help muscles pains

Slow Down & Smell the Roses

When was the last time you stopped to smell the roses? Or check out the view? Or even paused to look someone in the eye when you are speaking to them?


The ‘norm’ for society is to rush, be busy, get shit done, and go go go. The body needs rest and relaxation and when we are ‘too busy’ or always on the move, it is not able to fully heal. We are in the slower energy of the year, however, it is also some of the busiest moments because of all the holiday celebrations. Set the intention to slow down in these final few weeks of the year. Give yourself a day of rest and relaxation. Quite thinking about what workout you will do, making it to the gym, or the physical aspect of life. Instead, enjoy yourself and pamper yourself with ease. Perhaps a pedicure, bubble bath, or walk at sunset at the ocean.

By teaching ourselves to slow down we naturally allow more ease into our body, which eventually creates more ease in every day. Most people don’t know how to relax. The idea of laying down, closing your eyes, and deep breathing is foreign and challenging. When I teach yoga i often see people who come only for the moving parts of class and then wander out, skipping the most important part: corpse pose/ svasana – where you lay out on the floor ‘dead’ and take a few minutes to do absolutely nothing. I’m telling you it is okay to peaceful, rest, and do nothing. Most of us need to train our bodies in how to do that though. Take some time each day to lay down and relax. Set a timer for 10 minutes. You’re not sleeping, you’re only letting your body pause, focus on your breathe, maybe even day dream in your minds eye. See what happens, notice how you feel, & how much more clear you are. This will help train your mind & body to relax so you are not as stressed throughout your day/life. Stress is the biggest factor that causes disease in the body and makes us all out of balance, a bit crazy over time.

Nature is in hibernation mode for the next few months. Enjoy it. It’s an excuse to put your feet up, not make it to the gym, & enjoy a good book by the fire. The final two months of the year transition us into the next year. If you are holding on to things, people, or upsetments from the past, it is in this time you need to heal. The Universe is asking us to pause, retreat from the outside word, and go inward. This means refining our connection to selves, who we are, what we want, & who we have become this year. Do you have loose ends to tie up? Is there someone you need to have a conversation with? Who can you thank for helping you out? What else has 2014 brought you? Self reflection is mandatory. It is the season to be alone, quiet in your mind/ thoughts/ feelings, and letting yourself unload your year, make a few more changes, and reconsider what you need to do for yourself to have a fresh start in the new year. The colder weather/storms ask us to take care of our body, find balance, warm ourselves, and be mindful with what is happening within.

Stop and smell the roses. Buy yourself a bouquet. Enjoy the sunset. Get into nature. Take a walk after your meal. Stroll a park. Watch children play. Hang out with your pets. Cook nurturing in season foods. Make a soup. Sip on some Coco and tea. Journal. Read. Rest. Breathe. Stop trying & start living. Enjoy the quietness, the slower energy, and listen your needs and how your body speaks to you. Get into yoga. Try a heated class. Do something different than you were doing yesterday.

Look for the beauty. See it in yourself, see it in others. See natures gifts in every day, enjoy it & stay at ease & peace during the Ho Ho Ho Holidays.


Officially Fall – Fall into Acceptance

Fall into Greatness & Total Acceptance.


Acceptance: the action of consenting to receive or undertake something offered.

“Allowing yourself to be YOU in your fullest & best. Take responsibility for your actions, past wounds, & remembering your truth, joy, & happiness. Letting what was be, making peace, & restoring your ability to heal & love.” [Kali]

The clocks turn back, the daylight gets shorter, and the nights longer. The weather cools, and it is finally time to put on a jacket, wrap yourself in a scarf, or slip on some Uggs. Or at least this may be true if you are in SoCal/San Diego and have experienced the hot humid Summer weather for the past many months. Transition is in the air, and change is essential as we approach these final few months of this year.

Just as the sun retreats, it is a natural time for us as humans to retreat as well. This year, 2014, has been crazy for us all, and the universe is guiding us all forward towards happiness, truth, and most of all alignment with our soul purpose. Are you allowing yourself to be steered or are you still holding on to what needs to be unleashed? Within all of us is an active calling to serve more, feel better, and learn to lead from a place of love. Time to be compassionate to other people and forces you cannot change, & to tune into you & what has shifted.

What I’ve learned this last year is the importance of rekindling kindness towards who I am. Since last Fall I have been in a state of transition, and my best blessing has been learning how to accept myself and whole heartingly love myself. In my life and especially during my childhood, I’ve experienced much darkness and grief. Happy and love were not things I was raised around or really ever knew. I suffered for many years with depression, ailments, anxiety, confusion, you name it. I’ve spent the last year taking positive steps forward to recenter and align my life in a truthful and serving manner. Three years ago I asked the question of ‘why’聽 and began my journey into healing and beyond that, a search for happiness. I found a community, I carved out space to learn more about Yoga and what was really happening on that mat and in the practice, and I took active steps to grow and become something better. The Universe has a mysterious way of working things out, even in the depths of despair, depression, and deep confusion. I knew there had to be a better way of living than where I was at. With my desire, came opportunity, new people, and a big new shift that transformed virtually every aspect of my being. I’ve stepped out of my darkness, and have healed old wounds, and I’ve learned to come back to who I am, and who I have always been. The darkness, the sad times, the memories of what was will always be somewhere within my memory. However, with much inner healing, I’ve accepted what was and have chosen to transcend my darkness my focusing more on myself and what I really want in this lifetime. Today I am grateful for the lessons, the opportunities that have fallen into my lap, & most importantly, grateful for my health & happiness that I have restored by releasing a lot of the rest.index

We all hold grief, pain, memories, and have stories that ‘happened’. Life is meant to be happy and fulfilling, and as people we have to go through things so we can learn and come out better. As Yogis, we must transcend our darkness into light. Otherwise our past and frustrations stay with us and create blocks that keep us trapped in that darkness. As 2014 ends, and we enter the Fall season, I ask you to reflect on your own journey. What are you still holding onto? Can you consciously choose to better yourself my releasing old ways of living, stories, hurts, traumas, etc? Make peace with your past and accept yourself for who you are today – and who you see yourself being. Everything begins by serving yourself and honestly connecting with that spirit deep within.

Be kind to yourself this month & in the remainder of the year, even through Winter. The universe has put has through massive changes – whether you are conscious of it or not. Things are different. You have changed. There have been crazy weather patterns through San Diego all year, and the same is true in your internal universe. Fall & Winter are a time to cultivate acceptance and reflect on where your journey has taken you. Be gentle with yourself. Take time to Relax, retreat, and restore your own health, happiness, and lifestyle. Make it onto your mat and allow yourself to move slower. Get out of your routine and make a new habit of listening to what you truly need, and honoring it. The time change and less sunlight asks us to go inward and take time for ourselves. Let your body heal, let yourself Love You. Accept what has past. Connect with the truth within you and willingly open up to new ways these last few months by accepting yourself first, and every intention that comes after that.

Life has taught me to serve myself first. It is always the internal message that reins me in the right direction. Look within yourself, and trust your journey. Be kind to You. We are being led on new paths, being asked to let go of people, toxic relationships, and improve our lifestyle so we can smile brighter. Things come up along the way, breathe, no one said change and transition would be easy. It’s a process – accept it for what it brings. People may judge, may not think what you do is right, or convince you otherwise. Let them be. Stay true to your light and lead your way forward… Accepting the good with the bad, the ugly, and the sad. Make peace in your heart, make peace with yourself.

kindness-3-3Om Work For You:

Write Yourself a note of kindness. Remember how good you are, who you are today, and write words that will put a smile on your face and remind you. In the darkness, we all need more light. Help yourself out by writing notes to you, and continue to look at it when things seem dark, lonely, or when you retreat in those other emotions. Accept your soul, your journey, who you are, and let the universe work out the rest. Stay happy, treat yourself well, and enjoy the change & transition.

“You are a beautiful person and light up the room.”

“I am kind to by body, I listen to my heart. I treat myself well. I love myself.”

Be your best friend in these last few months and set intention to commit to You. Speak words of kindness to you, meditate, invoke mantra, and thank people who have helped you in your own transition. With kindness we learn acceptance. By serving our mind, body, & spirit, we releasing what once was trapped and soothe the darkness by accepting change & light. Yes you can. Yes you are.


Monday Morning Smoothie Detox

Enjoy this smoothie to awaken well and start your week off feeling good! No case of the Mondays, get extra Vitamin C into your body!

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Orange Bliss Immunity Smoothie

Filtered Water

Coconut water

Coconut Meat (Optional if you have a raw coconut)

2 Oranges (Orange juice is optional)


Spinach or Kale (greens optional)

Option: add protein powder, fiber, probiotics,

Blend everything together in a VitaMix. I like to keep most of the orange peel on and blend to make the smoothie a bit more foamy. Sprinkle with Hemp seeds on top and enjoy!

Oranges: High in vitamin C which supports your immune system, especially beneficial after a holiday weekend of fun ;). Oranges have many phytonutrients that help inhibit blotclots, heal inflammation, and aid in detox. Oranges also are high in carotenoids, which improve your vision,

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Squash Season

Yes, the weather is changing, nights are longer, and cooler temperatures surface with less sunshine… Now buy some local produce, and get cooking some warm healing foods to balance your body and soothe your soul…..

A Visual Guide to Winter Squash

Get to know 12 delicious varieties, from pumpkin and butternut to acorn and spaghetti鈥攔ecipes included
by Esther Sung


T he cooler months are prime time for winter squash. Pumpkins may get all the glory at Halloween, but there are many other versatile, vividly colored, flavorful, and nutrient-packed varieties to brighten up fall and winter meals. Sweeter, denser, and more firm in texture than summer squash or zucchini, winter squash take well to a wide spectrum of seasonings and can be true crowd-pleasers in warming soups, casseroles, risotto, lasagna, and even desserts.

The term winter squash is a bit of a misnomer: Harvested in the fall, these hardy vegetables will keep well through the cold winter months for which they’re named. Chances are that sugar pumpkins, acorn squash, and butternut squash are the most readily available types at local supermarkets. Others, such as spaghetti, buttercup, and red kuri, are worth seeking out at farmers’ markets, health food stores, or specialty shops. Regardless of the type, to get the best quality, select winter squash that are blemish- and bruise-free, with an intact stem and heavy feeling for their size.

Naturally low in fat and calories, the winter squash family delivers significant nutritional benefits. For example, one cup of baked butternut squash is rich in vitamins A (from beta carotene), B6, C, and E, as well as magnesium, potassium, and manganese. Flavors are generally mild-to-sweet, so squash won’t overwhelm other ingredients and can easily be incorporated into your seasonal cooking. The orange and yellow flesh helps brighten dishes鈥攁 definite bonus, especially in the colder months, when variety and color can be hard to come by in seasonal produce. And don’t be daunted by winter squash’s size, heft, and tough exterior; in fact, you can sometimes find popular varieties like butternut in stores already peeled and cubed. Use our recipes to transform the flesh into something sweet or savory, and you’ll know that it’s well worth the effort!

Visual Guide to Winter Squash Main Image

1. Kabocha Squash 2. Butternut Squash 3. Red Kabocha Squash 4. Carnival Squash 5. Sugar Pumpkin 6. Sweet Dumpling Squash 7. Spaghetti Squash 8. Blue Hubbard Squash 9. Delicata Squash 10. Red Kuri Squash 11. Buttercup Squash 12. Acorn Squash

Kabocha Squash Image

Kabocha Squash

Characteristics: The squat, green kabocha鈥攖he Japanese word for squash鈥攈as a nutty, earthy flavor with just a touch of sweetness. It’s similar in shape and size to a buttercup squash, but the base points out and not in.
Recipes to try:
Kabocha Squash Risotto with Sage and Pine Nuts
Kabocha Squash Cake with Brown Sugar Cream

Butternut Squash Image

Butternut Squash

Characteristics: A slim neck and bulbous bottom give the butternut squash its distinctive bell shape. The muted yellow-tan rind hides bright orange-yellow flesh with a relatively sweet taste. To make butternut squash easier to handle, cut the neck from the body and work with each section separately.
Recipes to try:
Gnocchi with Mushrooms and Butternut Squash
Butternut Squash and Hazelnut Lasagne

Red Kabocha Squash Image

Red Kabocha Squash

Characteristics: The red kabocha is squat, like its green counterpart, and has faint white stripes running from top to bottom. While the green kabocha is relatively savory, the red kabocha is unmistakably sweeter.
Recipes to try:
Shrimp Curry with Yu Choy and Kabocha Squash
Heaven-and-Earth Tempura Cakes

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Carnival Squash

Characteristics: Breed an acorn squash with a sweet dumpling squash, and you get a carnival squash. While the carnival squash’s exterior resembles both of its relatives’, its yellow flesh is mellow and sweet. Use it wherever acorn squash or butternut squash is called for in a recipe.
Recipes to try:
Rice Soup with Pumpkin
Roasted Acorn Squash with Chile Vinaigrette

Sweet Sugar Pumpkin Image

Sugar Pumpkin

Alternate name: Pie pumpkin
Characteristics: If your Halloween pumpkin was small and squat, chances are it was a sugar pumpkin. But more than just decorative, sugar pumpkins are prized for their classic pumpkin flavor, as well as for their thick and flesh-packed walls. If you’d like to opt out of canned pumpkin for your baking and make your own pur茅e instead, reach for a sugar pumpkin.
Recipes to try:
Sugar Pumpkin, Feta, and Cilantro Quesadillas
Classic Vegan Pumpkin Pie

Dumpling Squash Image

Sweet Dumpling Squash

Characteristics: This whitish-yellow and green squash is small and compact, making the whole squash the perfect-size bowl for an individual serving. The flesh tastes very much like sweet potato, and the skin is edible is as well. Use sweet dumpling squash in recipes calling for sweet potato or pumpkin.
Recipes to try:
Pumpkin Turnovers
Whipped Sweet Potatoes with Brown Sugar-Pecan Topping

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Spaghetti Squash

Characteristics: Take a fork to the inside of a cooked spaghetti squash, and you’ll understand how this variety got its name. By scraping the flesh, you’ll get “strings” that closely resemble noodles. If you’re in search of a healthy pasta alternative, try this very mild-tasting squash.
Recipes to try:
Maple-Glazed Tofu with Spaghetti Squash
Spaghetti Squash with Moroccan Spices

Blue Hubbard Squash Image

Blue Hubbard Squash

Characteristics: Most blue Hubbard squash are huge, bumpy, and lumpy, and often sold as pre-cut wedges. The particular variety pictured here, the Blue Ballet, is much smaller, making it easier to store and prepare at home. Underneath the gray-blue skin is sweet-tasting orange flesh.
Recipes to try:
Autumn Squash Salad
Pumpkin Clafouti

Delicata Squash Image

Delicata Squash

Alternate name: Sweet potato squash
Characteristics: This particular winter squash, with its pale yellow shading, most closely resembles its summer squash cousins. The thin skin is edible, but also more susceptible to bruises and rot. When cooked, the delicata has a consistency similar to that of a sweet potato鈥攃reamy and soft鈥攁lthough the flavoring is a bit more earthy. For a decorative effect, take advantage of this squash’s ridges by slicing width-wise to create scalloped circles or halves; small- to medium-size delicata work best.
Recipes to try:
Roasted Squash with Lemon-Tahini Sauce
Delicata Squash with Rosemary, Sage, and Cider Glaze

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Red Kuri Squash

Alternate names: Orange Hokkaido, red Hubbard, potimarron
Characteristics: Like all Hubbards, the red kuri has an asymmetrical, lopsided look to it. And like the Blue Ballet variety, the red kuri is smaller and easier to handle. Its yellow flesh is smooth and has a chestnutlike flavor.
Recipes to try:
Leek and Cod Soup
Orzo and Cheese Baked in Acorn Squash

Buttercup Squash Image

Buttercup Squash

Characteristics: Compact and green with paler green striations, the buttercup can closely resemble a kabocha squash. Its distinctive bottom with a circular ridge, though, gives it away. On some, the ridge may surround a more pronounced bump, or “turban.” A freshly cut buttercup may smell like a clean, fragrant cucumber, but once cooked, its orange flesh becomes dense, a bit dry, and very mild.
Recipes to try:
Vegetable and Chicken Curry
Kabocha Pur茅e with Ginger

Acorn Squash Image

Acorn Squash

Characteristics: This mildly flavored squash is named for its acornlike shape. Choose one with a dull green rind; an acorn squash that’s turned orange will have tough and fibrous flesh.
Recipes to try:
Garam Masala Scallops over Acorn Squash
Farro with Acorn Squash and Kale

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I Want Crazy

Love This. Music for the weekend~


I’m booking myself a one way flight
I gotta see the color in your eyes
And telling myself I’m gonna be alright
Without you baby is a waste of time

Yeah, our first date, girl, the seasons changed
It got washed away in a summer rain
You can’t undo a fall like this
‘Cause love don’t know what distance is
Yeah, I know it’s crazy

But I don’t want “good” and I don’t want “good enough”
I want “can’t sleep, can’t breathe without your love”
Front porch and one more kiss, it doesn’t make sense to anybody else
Who cares if you’re all I think about,
I’ve searched the world and I know now,
It ain’t right if you ain’t lost your mind
Yeah, I don’t want easy, I want crazy
Are you with me baby? Let’s be crazy


I wanna be scared, don’t wanna know why
Wanna feel good, don’t have to be right
The world makes all kinds of rules for love
I say you gotta let it do what it does

I don’t want just another hug and a kiss goodnight
Catchin’ up calls and a date sometimes
I love that we’re rebels, and we still believe
We’re the kind of crazy people wish that they could be, yeah

Oh, and I know we’re crazy, yeah

But I don’t want “good” and I don’t want “good enough”
I want “can’t sleep, can’t breathe without your love”
Front porch and one more kiss, it doesn’t make sense to anybody else
Who cares if you’re all I think about,
I’ve searched the world and I know now,
It ain’t right if you ain’t lost your mind
Yeah, I don’t want easy, I want crazy
You with me baby? Let’s be crazy

Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na

No, I don’t want “good” and I don’t want “good enough”
I want “can’t sleep, can’t breathe without your love”
Front porch and one more kiss, it doesn’t make sense to anybody else
Who cares if you’re all I think about,
I’ve searched the world and I know now,
It ain’t right if you ain’t lost your mind
Yeah, I don’t want easy, I want crazy

Yeah, look at us baby, tonight the midnight rules are breaking
There’s no such thing as wild enough,
And maybe we just think too much
Who needs to play it safe in love?
Let’s be crazy!

Na na na na oh na na na na oh

Who cares if we’re crazy? We gotta be crazy
I know that we’re crazy, so let’s be crazy