When you were younger did you have a picture in your head of what you thought adulthood looked like? I remember thinking that being an adult was all about work, family and just being serious all of the time. I thought after age 25 you just automatically become reserved and serious. I don’t know … More The Misconception I had about Adulthood.
Halloween can mean a lot of different things to many people, but to me Halloween is the time of year where we can take a break from being ourselves. For one night (or a few nights if you’re a multi-day celebrator) you can be someone else (or something else). Besides giving into my sweet … More What I like about Halloween Time
Today I just wanted to touch on the mind and body really quick. I was thinking a lot about Body Dysmorphia the past few weeks, and I thought it was interesting how much our minds can play tricks on us. I was thinking about me when I was in my early twenties and me … More The Power of the Mind and What It Can Make You Believe & See. (Body Dysmorphia)
In my last post I talked about the red flags when dealing with two-faced friends (or should I say Frenemies). Growing up I wish I caught on to all the signs that were in front of me, but I guess that’s what life experience is about (learning and gaining wisdom). For the most part, … More 3 Potential Red Flags that you Might Stumble Upon Before the First Date.
In a previous post I’ve mentioned one of my favorite quotes from The Office. It was the last season and Andy Bernard stated, “I wish there was a way to know you’re in the good old days before you’ve actually left them.” That quote stuck with me since the very first time I heard … More When the Good Old Days are Behind You . . . (There’s still hope)
Today I came across a journal prompt that really grasped my attention. It made me think about the past and future. The question was: What’s three things you’d do if you weren’t so afraid? As a person who let fear rule her life, it made me want to dive into this topic. There were … More Three Things I Would Do if I weren’t so Afraid.
Most of us who are familiar with enneagrams know that there’s a great deal of good and bad within each number. Well, today I was thinking about the enneagram number that I wish I could be. After going back and forth and researching all the numbers I noticed that one of them really stuck … More The Enneagram Number I Wish I Could Be . . .
Today I was feeling a little curious about enneagram types and their best relationship matches. This past December I made two posts about finding out what my enneagram number was and how I felt about it. It was very accurate. I would say about 90% accurate. There were things that I didn’t like, and … More Love & Enneagrams (Are Some Enneagram Types Doomed to Fail in Relationships?)
Happy New Year Everyone! I hope your new year is off to a great start. I remember every New Year’s Eve I would write a brand-new New Year resolution, until I noticed that from year to year my list never really changed. Once I stopped, I felt like that’s when I finally started checking off … More Chasing Happiness in 2022 (Letting Go of Tunnel Vision) Pt 1
If you’ve read any of my previous posts then you know stress and anxiety is no stranger to me. I’m very familiar with the feeling of worry and anxiousness, and it has hit an all-time high in the last two years. There are a few things that I have noticed that seem to help me … More 10 Helpful Ways to Deal with Anxiety / Stress & Grief (Blogmas #9)