Tag: Mental Health

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Start Your Morning With Some Self-Care

Let’s start to wake up every morning with our ambitions at the forefront of our minds. That’s right, it may be 5 a.m. PST, but let’s wake up and manifest that we’re going to have a kick-ass day. (Excuse my french). Far too often I feel as though many of us, wake up in the morning, and either wake up in a bad mental … Read More Start Your Morning With Some Self-Care

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Protect Your Time & Spaces

Guys, I’m back! It has been quite some time since I last posted, but I am finally back and here to stay. Life has gotten crazy (as it goes), but I’m challenging myself to stay dedicated to writing every week and stay dedicated to you guys. So, here we go, here’s another rant for you. haha I thought it was really important to come … Read More Protect Your Time & Spaces

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Sex Life

Being vulnerable with yourself is not easy, nor should it be. It’s hard, but how can you be vulnerable and let your walls down with someone else, if you aren’t willing to determine why they’re up in the first place? Just a thought.

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Don’t Cry Over Spilled Coffee

In life, we tend to be very reactive, instead of proactive. We act on instinct rather than taking a second to pinpoint our emotions and redirect them into a more positive fashion.

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3 Things I Like To Do After A Weekend Binger

So, I have to tell on myself guys, this past weekend I ate horribly. I mean I probably ate/drank my body weight. I went to a family reunion in Kansas, and if you know anything about the country, you know they like to eat there. I have no regrets, because you should never walk through life with regrets, only life lessons. So, that being … Read More 3 Things I Like To Do After A Weekend Binger

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Shedding the Weight

My pastor was preaching the truth this past Sunday at church. I mean he was preaching, preaching. You know the type of sermons, that make you question everything and the message sticks with you like glue. His sermon this week spoke about shedding the weight. When he talked about, “shedding the weight,” he was speaking about emotional baggage, individuals in your life, stress, worries, … Read More Shedding the Weight

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Me Time = Bath Time

Taking time for yourself is essential, and for months I failed to see how important “me-time” really is. I work three jobs, I have a fiancĂ© and three fur-babies that need my attention, and I also am a masters student. And when it comes down to time, there just simply isn’t ever enough. I was finding that I had no time for myself, because … Read More Me Time = Bath Time

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You Are Your Only Obstacle

When is the last time you did not doubt yourself and your capabilities? When is the last time you looked in the mirror and were truly amazed and proud of yourself for all of your accomplishments and endeavors? Now, be honest. Don’t just say something to make yourself feel better in this moment, when were you last truly happy and content with your life? … Read More You Are Your Only Obstacle

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Clean Body, Clean Mind

Did you know that you can improve your mood, mental abilities, and productivity simply by paying attention to what you put into your body. “In 2016, researchers found that diets with a high glycemic load may trigger increased symptoms of depression and fatigue. A diet with a high glycemic load includes many refined carbohydrates, such as those found in soft drinks, cakes, white bread, and biscuits,” wrote Medical News … Read More Clean Body, Clean Mind

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It Is Okay, To Not Be Okay

It’s okay to be sad, angry, distant, and even alone. But when you are in the spaces, you have to know how to get yourself out of them. It’s funny how when we are clearly not okay, we do everything in our power to appear okay. We tend to push back our tears, pain, anxieties and walk through life with a smile. It can … Read More It Is Okay, To Not Be Okay

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The Power of Journaling

A journal. An introspective tool to understand and guide you through your mental capacity for knowledge, love and aspirations that you collect throughout your days. Journaling is so much more than keepsake diary filed of memories, such as a diary. It has the ability to provide a much needed release from anxieties, stress, and even self-doubt. Which all have the ability to fester until … Read More The Power of Journaling