Here's a new poem I wrote about a month ago. Just a fun, short one. It's called "Clean Slate". Hope you like!
As you all know, I struggle with depression & anxiety and I have since adolescence. This year, I want to be more creative, spiritual and experimental in my ways to combat it. If you struggle with these as well, I think this will be really exciting and helpful for you. OR even if you are just “normal” and have not been diagnosed with anything, I believe these will help you live a happier life. You still have stress too! Here are things I’m trying or have tried for my anxiety/depression this year.
In lieu of my lofty goal to read 50 books this year, I have decided to install a bi-monthly TBR (To Be Read) series on this blog. Here is Jan/Feb's TBRs!
I've been thinking a lot lately about how staying in a mindset of gratitude and servitude can impact our community and our lives.
I got a lot of work on it done over Christmas on Phoebe, my 1968 Airstream Trailer and I'm really excited about it. She's not finished yet, but I want to take you on a tour so you can see how she is lookin' so far. Here we go!
I actually have a ton of really interesting new posts drafted/planned for this year and I’m incredibly excited to see where this blog goes. But lately, I’ve been in a bit of a mental tug of war with my old friends, anxiety & depression, who aren’t really friends at all.
With that said, I am simply not in the place to write about my cool topics, so I hope you will tolerate my venting about my beautiful, tragic, and perplexing mind.
I used to have thousands of emails and it drove me out of my mind! Then, I found two apps that changed my life. Here is How To Organize Your Email!
Well, ya'll, it's finally 2018!!! Just wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year! I can't help but love the feeling of starting all over at 1/1.
I decided to write my own little twist of a “Year In Review” post for the New Year. So here are 20 things that happened in 2017, after losing “The One”.
For this season of my life, I am choosing not to drink. This is my testimony on why and the fruit that this decision is bringing to my life!