I'm uncomfortable typing this, but oh well. If my post helps or resonates with just one person, the discomfort is absolutely worth it. I'm an advocate for mental health awareness among my family, friends, and anyone who will listen. For some reason, I felt moved today to briefly share my experience with anxiety for the … Continue reading I Don’t Hate You, I’m Just Anxious.
I’m not sure if it’s like this for most people, but for me, it used to be so easy to form negative and undermining thoughts regarding my accomplishments and capabilities. I used to reflect on things that I’ve accomplished with thoughts like, “I’m so bad at [insert skill here] I don’t know how I got […]
Life can be stressful sometimes. We're all busy balancing obligations, hobbies, relationships and more all while trying to find time to eat. Here are the top five ways keep my mind clear to (peacefully) tackle my to-do list. 1. CALENDARS.The art of effectively utilizing a calendar comes down to discipline. As soon as anything is mentioned … Continue reading 5 Habits for a productive and Clutter-free Mind.
Generally speaking, everyone has a solid list of characteristics and phrases that they feel accurately defines them as an individual. These seemingly definitive characteristics often control how we think as well as the actions we take in our lives. I am reminded daily of who I am. While giving credit to my relationship with God, the people in my … Continue reading The Power of Choices.
My Dad is a golfer and when I was 12, he bought me a child's set of golf clubs so I could join him! He taught me how to hold them, how to swing, and all the terminology but at the end of the day, I was more interested in driving the cart. I used … Continue reading She Golfs!