Lately I’ve been thinking about pressure, and how I handle it. I used to always seem to draw a blank when time was ticking, but once it came down to the wire something would click, and I always made my deadline. The last few years my anxiety has intensified, and that last minute click … More Caving under pressure? Self-sabotage? Mental Health Issues? (Which one is it?)
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 the spring of last year, the topic of pretty privilege was trending all over YouTube. It was quite interesting hearing everyone’s thoughts and opinions on the topic. Some of you might have come across the Pretty Privilege video by Oh! Stephco on your YouTube timeline. It was her first viral video and how … More Let’s Talk About Pretty Privilege (And Pretty Privilege in the Workplace)!
Today I was in deep thought about the evolution of oneself, and who we are as people. Many people start out one way and become a completely different person years later. Some change slowly while others might even plateau for decades after a certain age. When I was a kid, I was happy, free … More Versions of Me (The metamorphosis of self) Level 5.0
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?)
How much time could you spend alone? What’s your limit until you start to feel like you’re mentally or emotionally affected? I thought about these questions a lot lately. As an introvert who likes alone time, I realized that sometimes there is a limit. Nothing is good in excess. I spend a lot of time … More Spending too much Time Alone is affecting my Mental/Emotional Health. (I need a change!)
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)
Today I had another topic in mind, but I decided to be transparent with how I’m feeling in this moment. I didn’t really feel like writing anything today, but sometimes I know writing/journaling can help. Lately I just been feeling so emotionally drained. I want to recognize anybody who has lost a parent and … More Getting Through All the Firsts Without You … (Blogmas #7)
Welcome back! Today is part 2 of my enneagram analysis. As mentioned in yesterday’s post, after discovering my enneagram number I wanted to retake the quiz as if I was my younger self. I know that it cannot be 100% accurate because I could’ve possibly answered these questions slightly different during that particular time. … More Comparing My Enneagram Numbers from Then to Now. (ME vs ME) (Blogmas #6)
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)