The importance of validation

The importance of validation

I suppose I should preface all of this by saying that I’m a huge geek. I love comic conventions and cosplaying at said conventions. If you’re not familiar with the term “cosplay” it just means dressing up as comic/movie/book/anime character. …

About Disa

Disa is a single working mom and belly dancer in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is also the director of The S’Moores, a fan group for Australian actor Toby Leonard Moore. Her life is a whirlwind of motherhood, work, social media and dance lessons for herself and her daughter. She dances with Allure as part of Belly Dancing by Thia in Salt Lake City. She is also an avid reader, screenwriter, filmmaker, movie-watcher, and self-proclaimed feminist geek who loves spending time with her daughter.


Healing through belly dance

Healing through belly dance

Editor’s note: I don’t usually post trigger warnings before posts, but I felt that this post merited one. Please read with care, or skip, if you are triggered by talk of sexual assault. I’ve been wrestling with whether or not …

About Disa

Disa is a single working mom and belly dancer in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is also the director of The S’Moores, a fan group for Australian actor Toby Leonard Moore. Her life is a whirlwind of motherhood, work, social media and dance lessons for herself and her daughter. She dances with Allure as part of Belly Dancing by Thia in Salt Lake City. She is also an avid reader, screenwriter, filmmaker, movie-watcher, and self-proclaimed feminist geek who loves spending time with her daughter.


Finding belly dance not only helped me, but helped my daughter, too

Finding belly dance not only helped me, but helped my daughter, too

When I nervously walked into my first belly dance class last Spring I didn’t realize I had started a journey that would be life changing for me. There is no question that choosing to become involved in belly dance is …

About Disa

Disa is a single working mom and belly dancer in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is also the director of The S’Moores, a fan group for Australian actor Toby Leonard Moore. Her life is a whirlwind of motherhood, work, social media and dance lessons for herself and her daughter. She dances with Allure as part of Belly Dancing by Thia in Salt Lake City. She is also an avid reader, screenwriter, filmmaker, movie-watcher, and self-proclaimed feminist geek who loves spending time with her daughter.