Keep Trying to Find What Works for You

Over the summer I wrote a post about how I had some psychological testing done to really find out what’s going on in my brain. I’m the kind of person where I always need really, really clear answers i can understand. This is when I found out that I actually have a mood disorder called […]

Took a Social Media Break!

For one of my classes, we had to take a time inventory for a week to really see how much time we really spend on everything. Then, we had to take something out the following week. It was a pain in the ass, but it was interesting to see afterwards. Not surprisingly, a lot surrounds […]

Less Can Be More

So I started grad school this week – I am working towards getting my M.A in Digital Communication. I’m super excited about it, especially since I’ve been feeling pretty isolated lately since I only work from home now. Don’t get me wrong, I do really enjoy working from home since it gives me way more […]

Suicide Prevention Month

September is Suicide Prevention Month and this touches so many people around the world. You could be someone that survived an attempt, lost a family member, lost a friend, someone still struggling, or be an ally to the mental health community. This is so important. Suicide rates are not only alarming in the U.S. There […]

Is Change Always a Good Thing?

We know the saying “change is a good thing” and I believe it is. Some people don’t like change and that’s fine, but I have a fear of missing out on something I may love if I don’t take a chance or change something. My anxiety chiming in as usual. It isn’t always some big […]

My Relaxing Activities Are Stressing Me Out

In one of my other posts, Sleeping with Anxiety , I talk about a lot of different relaxation/wind down activities I try to do before bed. I have terrible racing thoughts and it’s always been a struggle for me to fall asleep and stay asleep. Since I’ve been doing a lot of the wind down/preparation […]