All posts tagged: healing

Sparking Joy in the New Year

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I’ve owned Marie Kondo’s books for a while now, but have failed to take the time to read them. I often feel too rushed to curl up with a book. But after enjoying one episode of her new Netflix series, I pushed myself to make time to read. It’s always going to be busy and I no longer want this to be an excuse anymore. I’m intrigued by Marie’s KonMari organizational method because of its […]

Receiving Some Big Magic

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An early Christmas present to myself, some creative healing!!  I don’t think I will ever be able to express my gratitude to Liz Gilbert for her incredible read, Big Magic.  I am about halfway through the book and have received more “Aha” moments than I can count. I find such connection Liz’s words–because they are so in touch with many thoughts that circulate throughout my own brain. She directly addresses so many of my own negative […]

Hermit Saturday

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Hiding from the world today, writing my heart out. These days are rare and I am thankful that I get even this one. Sometimes, writing is the only way I stop myself from saying or doing something that I truly regret. My anger can really bottle up, bubbles of rage that threaten to boil over. It’s not that I wish that people would do what I say or that things have to go my way. […]

Sunday Motivation: Move Along

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I’ve always held this song from All American Rejects close to my heart. This has been a rough week for me–but I know it has been a tough one for us all. With all of the unexpected suicides catching our breaths and reminding us that we all face struggles. For me, it also makes me realize that what we are searching for may not be what we need. We always think that we need wealth […]

Fascinating Read: Developing Mental Toughness

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My supervisor shared this fascinating article from James Clear: The Science of Developing Mental Toughness in Your Heath, Work, and Life. I had no idea that she was as equally obsessed as me with finding interesting reads! I overly highlighted James’ article about the importance of obtaining the mental fortitude. I can’t recommend this article enough–I know for certain that I suffer from mental weakness. I am easily confused and inundated with chaos and confusion. […]