The other day I was thinking about the quarter-life crisis. A quarter-life crisis is a period of uncertainty and questioning about life and your future. It feels like a period of constant soul-searching and trying to figure out this thing called Life. It’s actually pretty common for 25-year-olds to feel this way, but you don’t … More The Quarter-Life Crisis … Been There!
Recently I’ve been heavily into streaks and making sure that I do certain tasks every single day. If a day comes to an end and I haven’t done what I “suppose” to do I panic and try to hurry up and rush through it before the day ends. The whole process kind of reminds … More The downside of maintaining Streaks (Break it!)
Today I’ve been thinking a lot about my anxiety and how I often go into what I call “panic mode” when something unexpected happens. Lately I’ve been doing a lot better when it comes to my anxiety. It feels like I been on autopilot since the end of November last year. I kind of … More Say the Words: Everything is going to be okay!
Recently I read Declutter Your Mind: How to Stop Worrying, Relieve Anxiety, and Eliminate Negative Thinking. It was a good read. What surprised me the most, was the fact that most of things the book suggested I already do. Somethings I’ve been doing since the summer of last year, and other things I’ve added in … More Declutter Your Mind!
Here I am in this spin cycle. It’s almost 1 o’clock in the morning and I just felt the need to release some thoughts. It feels like I’ve been in deep thought all month. I’ve been lost and confused while feeling multiple emotions at once. I’m to the point where I’m not even sure exactly … More Let’s do this Dirty Laundry
This week is an intense week for me, and I hope and pray everything goes well. I’m keeping a positive mindset and I’m visualizing achieving my goals. As a person who suffers a lot with anxiety, I tend to worry a lot about everything. I’m trying to get my emotions in check and have faith … More Speak Positive = Think Positive
In previous post I’ve mentioned my anxiety and how I’ve dreaded running into people during this time of my life. Since I finished Grad school, I’ve been feeling like a lost little reindeer trying to find its way to the north pole (I don’t know why I used that analogy, just roll with it. … More Being Anonymous Behind the Mask
I’ve been thinking a lot about anxiety lately. In a few of my past posts I mentioned how I always suffered from depression and anxiety throughout my whole life. I never really talked about it until I was in my early twenties, and I only talked about it with close family (like … More Anxiety is NOT a Joke!
What do you do? It seems like a simple question. It seems like a harmless question, so what’s the issue? Well, let me tell you. Many of us dread this question. Many of us stay away from large crowds and catching up with old friends and family members to avoid this question. I’ve always … More The Dreaded Question: What do you do?
The world can be kind of confusing for us women. We’re told that we should have children (or at least our first child) in our twenties because it’s better on our bodies and the older we get the tougher it is on us. We start think that we are … More The Importance of Being WHOLE, before being a Half. (Advice before Marriage)