Everyone believes that they have to follow a given path to be happy, secure, and well set up in their golden years. In a nutshell, people often think that they
In the winter it can be very difficult to motivate yourself and to practice self-care. The dreary and cold weather has a negative effect on many people. If you are
Have you ever heard of retail therapy? It’s not a legitimate therapy, but retail therapy is the act of shopping to make you feel good. This post is meant to
No matter what people may think, inner beauty is far more critical than what you physically see on the outside. This is the only truth people don’t seem to get.
We all know how wonderful it feels when we get a great night’s sleep, we wake full of energy and ready to take on the world! Despite all of us
Realistically, we need there to be at least 30 hours in a day. This twenty-four-hour thing just isn’t cutting it anymore. Life’s just too hectic. That sense of being overwhelmed
Do you see all of these self-care challenges on Pinterest, but none of them seem to be what you need entirely? Then this challenge is for you because you create
If you haven’t noticed it yet, I am a HUGE advocate for self-care! Self-care is much more than taking a walk, eating right, or a nice relaxing bath. Self-care involves
Self-care is a big deal and should be taken seriously. If you are not going to invest in yourself and your happiness and fulfillment, then what will you invest in?
In some ways, you could consider self-love to be the same as self-esteem. However, self-esteem tends to be more about how competent and effective we feel we are. Whereas self-love
Since my move to North Carolina, I have been seeing a counselor on a monthly basis. Counseling is super valuable and I have learned a lot from it, including a
Everyone gets lonely, especially when you are in a new town far away from those you know and love. It’s hard, very hard. And sometimes it’s even emotionally draining. Here
I have worked in the mental health field for a decade. My favorite part of that work was the last half of it, working with kids from ages 3-21 with