February in Review

For those of you have been around for a while you know that I have been doing a Happiness Project since the beginning of this year. The purpose of a happiness project is just that.. to make you feel happier! Everyone's project will look different, but the general concept is you pick one theme for... Continue Reading →

Normalization

There is something weighing heavy on my heart. For the past hour or so I have been debating whether or not to write this post. I am terrified of the comments I am going to receive and the judgment that I may endure, but here it goes. We need to stop normalizing mental illness. My... Continue Reading →

Feel Your Pain

So many people believe that the best way to feel better is to not allow themselves to feel the pain. I get it, I felt that way too. For years I would bottle up my emotions, but then, guess what? They came back up time and time again because I did not allow them to... Continue Reading →

Loving Energy

Today while I was meditating I pulled four very powerful cards. All of the cards had something to do with giving or receiving love (when I wrote that I thought of when Joey from Friends officiated Monica and Chandler's wedding and all he kept saying was "giving, receiving, and having" hahha). Anyway.. recently I have... Continue Reading →

Love Your Job

Were you ever told as a child that you aren't supposed to love your job? I know I was. I was raised believing that what I did for a living was simply to make money so that could pay for things I actually enjoyed. Not knowing any better I believed it. Then I went away... Continue Reading →

Authenticity

I feel like we as a society have a major issue with authenticity. When I was first about to write this post I was initially going to say that in this day in age we have an issue with authenticity, but then I started thinking back to the generations before us and I realized it's... Continue Reading →

Fear of the Future

I have no idea what I want to do with my life .. there you go.. I said it . If you are like me, saying something like that is terrifying. Saying it (or writing it out) means that you don't have a plan, and I don't know about you.. but that makes me want... Continue Reading →

Morning Routine

I never used to be a morning person. In high school I would wake up groggy and mumble my way through getting ready, only to get on the bus with a sour look on my face and filled with anxiety. When I went away to university I realized that I could no longer be like... Continue Reading →

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