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Exaggerate

Here's to those who "exaggerate." To those who are too sensitive Who cry too much Who are too loud Here's to those who are loved, but not liked by their family. To those who are different Who get the disapproving looks And the head shakes and eye roles To any one who is never taken… Continue reading Exaggerate

Blog · Stress Relief

When You Feel Like You’re Failing

When you feel like you're failing Don't... Compare yourself to othersTurn to social mediaGive upTurn to (old) bad habits Do... Look at past achievementsKeep a journal or planner - plan your goals and record your achievements (not matter how small!)Turn off your devicesFocus on Self CareReach out to friends and familyMake a gratitude journal or… Continue reading When You Feel Like You’re Failing

Life

Friday the 13th: “A Nightmare Before Christmas”

This year has been anything but smooth. To cap it all off and wrap it all up is a Friday the 13th in December. "A Nightmare Before Christmas" if you will. The fear and superstition around Friday the 13th has a few different origins. One being from the biblical view, with the Last Supper being… Continue reading Friday the 13th: “A Nightmare Before Christmas”

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Stress: When It Feels Like Nothing Is Happening Fast Enough

A common feeling when dealing with chronic stress. Or any form of stress is like you are running out of time or things just aren't happening fast enough. I find this gets worse when I haven't had enough sleep. Or just had a few nights of really interrupted / shitty sleep. I find the littlest… Continue reading Stress: When It Feels Like Nothing Is Happening Fast Enough

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My Plastic Free Journey: Waste and The Holidays

Recently I have started my plastic free journey and am still learning and getting better. The one way I want to improve going as close to plastic free as I can is cutting down on packaging and plastic for the holidays! As someone who celebrates Yule and sees winter as a time to start fresh.… Continue reading My Plastic Free Journey: Waste and The Holidays