What is your version of extraordinary? Does it line up with what you think the world’s version of extraordinary is? Or do you have your own definition? Growing up I always wanted to be great. I wanted to achieve great and have greatness thrust upon me, but what does that mean? Some people might … More Becoming Your Own Version of Extraordinary!
Today, I want to talk about something that I’ve been having a really hard time with these days. If you’ve followed my posts from over the years, then you know how much I’ve been through these past years. Some things are self-inflicted I guess you could say, but most things I didn’t have control … More Bad Habits or Just Depression? (My Current Focus)
This month I reached my limit of trying to find the WHY in every situation. I always felt like I needed to know why things happen the way they do. I needed to know the WHY so everything could make sense. I hate when things happen, and I don’t have an answer for it. … More No longer searching for the WHY! (I’m Choosing Mental Freedom!)
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)
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)
Today is the start of a new month. Every day holds a new possibility for change, but since last month was such a rough one for me, I decided to make some changes. I only have one goal at the moment: stay sane and push forward. If you’ve read my last two blog posts then … More This Month’s Mission: Keep Going!
Hello again, it’s been a while. I told myself that I wouldn’t write another post until I had a positive update. I wanted to share good news or at least something helpful in my next post. Unfortunately, this won’t be the positive post that I had in mind. Recently, my whole world got turned … More My World Turned Upside Down (Grief, Heartache and Sorrow)
For the past few months, I’ve been wanting to start writing and journaling every day. I used to always write when I was feeling overwhelmed or depressed, but I never would write every day. I started writing everyday for a month last year. I slowed down a bit and then started up again in the … More What Happens when you Write in Your Journal Every Day?
Yesterday I was reminiscing about my old gym routine. It was during the yearlong break I took after my second year in college. I wasn’t planning on taking a break, but It was a new school that I transferred to and I wasn’t familiar with the way they do things. I miss the housing deadline … More My Crazy Old Gym Routine