These past few weeks have thrown a few financial curveballs to say the least. Dealing with ex spouses and child support problems, can really drive you insane. Heated arguments, passive aggressive text messaging, the list goes on. What can you do when the shit hits the fan? Calm down and be grateful. What? Calm down?… Continue reading Living a Life of Gratitude
My computer completely crapped out on me a few months ago. I mean, like died. So I had to not blog for a few months until I was able to buy a new computer and get started writing again. It feels weird. I have not touched the blog in months, and so much has changed… Continue reading It’s been a minute
Meditation has been shown to be helpful for treating depression in clinical studies conducted by mindfulness Hopkins University. In fact, 30 minutes of meditation daily may improve symptoms of anxiety and depression. It's important to know that meditation only should not replace meds or other treatments for anxiety and depression. In the world of psychology,… Continue reading Exploring Meditation
I hate the word diet. It is such a limiting word. I prefer the word nutrition, which brings up an image of health and longevity. I started my nutrition plan a couple of months ago and wonder why I waited for this all my life! It's so simple to follow and I feel so much… Continue reading It’s a Nutrition Plan…Not a diet.
I love Game of Thrones! Last night was the start of Season 8, the final season. What I love most about Game of Thrones though, is the strength and loyalty of family. When it comes to my family, I only know my mother's side. My father was adopted when he was 13. Over the years,… Continue reading Family Ties
I made the decision several months ago to explore personal development. Not quite sure how it all started, but I think it was after researching podcasts as an alternative to music to listen to as I rode the bus and train to work. I had no idea that the people I was listening to were… Continue reading Jumping into Personal Development