It might seem quirky but I set up my quiet time like a workout. I thrive when there is structure to a workout and so the same is true when there is structure to my quiet time. I’ll take you through the different “parts” of my quiet time so you can see how I move from moment to moment.
There may be one day when you are standing tall and feeling invincible only to be met with a wave of sadness the next day, tempting to knock you down and start you back at the beginning of this mental health road you’re walking on.
Today my husband Lane tells everyone about how he went from reading two books a year to reading every single week without fail!
I resisted a necessary transformation that would propel me to a new level from September to February.
Therapy. Some people love it and some people are terrified to make that first appointment. Let’s have an honesty hour: what have you learned from your own experiences with therapy?
Today I said goodbye to a psychiatrist who pumped new wind into the mental health sailboat I’ve been chartering for the last 5 years.
The best in books, true crime podcasts, spirituality, words, recipes, and planners that I’m digging this June.
Here’s what I’ve learned: you cannot run your best race if you are always looking at how others are doing and comparing yourself. If you’re always entertaining the fear of missing out then that is exactly what will start to happen… you will miss out what is directly in front of you. You cannot do things for the sake of pleasing everyone around you. You’ll exhaust yourself trying. It might be time to take a step back, focus inward and make some much-needed adjustments.
In my own journey with social media, there have been two things I’ve done that actually help me. They empower me. They have (as dramatic as it sounds) given me my life and emotions back.