When the Good Old Days are Behind You . . . (There’s still hope)

          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)

A Letter of Apology to My Younger Self. (Therapeutic Exercise) (Blogmas #4)

A few days ago, I was watching a show where they all wrote letters apologizing to themselves for their past mistakes. I’ve written motivational letters to my future self before, but I’ve never written a letter to my past self. So, I want to take this time today and write a letter apologizing to my … More A Letter of Apology to My Younger Self. (Therapeutic Exercise) (Blogmas #4)

When You Think It’s Over . . . and then the shift happens!

        The other night I was thinking about the time when I was made peace about giving up on my degree. At that time most of my fellow classmates had already graduated a year or two before I hit the wall. I felt so behind. My loans could no longer cover my tuition and all … More When You Think It’s Over . . . and then the shift happens!

Real Change Doesn’t Happen Overnight (And that’s okay)

        Today I had to remind myself that real change doesn’t happen overnight. It’s hard to break old habits. It’s going to take more than 60 days to break a 15-year habit. I’ve been saying my affirmations everyday and reading more self-help books. I watch motivational videos all the time, and in the moment I … More Real Change Doesn’t Happen Overnight (And that’s okay)