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What kind of dream are you building?


Looking a great WordPress site? Tired of overpaying? With over thirty years…

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New poetry and photos are posted daily

To the blog, Facebook, and Instagram.

You can also find his books…

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Think less. Live more.

I’m the poster boy for squandered potential so… I skate. A lot actually. Probably more than I work. I’ll…

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Current Projects


We always have something brewing

It seems like I’m always on to a new project or a new idea. I’ll probably be…

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Books by Tanis are available on

AMAZON and Barnes & Noble

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 My Story

Who is Tanis?








I am a photographer, author, and poet. I’m a survivor. I offer assistance with self-empowerment and self-improvement for people who struggle with high stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD and suicide. I am not a not a licensed psychotherapist or medical professional. I am a listener and specialize in raising awareness and hope. I offer a hand up.

but wait! There’s more…

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latest from the blog

Dealing with fear
Posted By tanisjustice  Posted On 27-Jan-2017

Why am I talking about fear?


Recently I listened to a podcast from my friend, and brilliant author, Auburn Seal. In her podcast she touches on her fear of starting that podcast and what motivates her to overcome her fear. She quotes Frank Herbert from Dune and discusses how it…

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The Women’s March an act of Civil Disobedience
Posted By tanisjustice  Posted On 22-Jan-2017

The Women’s March an act of Civil Disobedience

In response to slavery and the Mexican–American War Henry David Thoreau suggested that individuals should not permit governments to overrule or atrophy their consciences, and that they have a duty to avoid allowing such acquiescence to enable the government to make them…

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