It’s easy to forget the lessons gained when we’re going through it. Sometimes we have to break it down – especially when it’s breaking us down.
I’ve been putting in some work on myself lately. One thing it taught me was that I really, really miss writing. So here I am.
“Your healthiness will hurt some people. I told you about this at the beginning, remember?” My therapist is great. I’ve been seeing her for six months and three days, not that I’m counting, and I have been able to see and learn a lot about myself and the way I show up in the world …
Sometimes you have to go back to move forward. Remember who you were – and realize who you are.
There’s a reason we don’t start stories with “And they lived happily ever after.”
It takes the bad to appreciate the good. It’s ALL the story.
It’s easy to check out of our lives in the interest of self-care. Here’s how to check IN – and get to know ourselves in the process.
I promise you it matters to someone.
I’ve been exercise-minded for most of my life. It’s something I’ve spoken about repeatedly in past blogs. Moving my body with purpose every day is not just easy for me to talk about, it’s fun to do. I’m an advocate for the lifestyle and its myriad benefits. But there’s a dark underbelly, so to speak, …
When corporations are people, good things can happen. This is my ode to Alamo Drafthouse, the best people I know.
Positive dread in my professional mindset has been my biggest struggle of late. Here’s how I’m handling it – and how I’m trying to fix it.