Today was my second day back at work, and I couldn’t feel better about it. Thank you to all the great people in my life who were thinking of me and wishing me the best – I think it worked. Maybe I really overestimated the nosiness of people, but no one’s inquired as to why I was out so long. Continue reading
Think of your blog as a mirror: what does it reveal? Consider your blog name, theme choice, design, bio, posts… what does every element tell you about yourself?
Yesterday I did a post on the foods that make me happy, so why not continue with the theme? In light of my returning to work at my office job tomorrow (my supervisor told me over the phone today, “Welcome back to the chaos!”), I would rather focus on the happy than the worrisome. Thankfully, the pit of anxiety in my stomach has shrunken because I spent the last twenty minutes making a concerted effort to relax courtesy of some deep breathing and mindfulness practice. Now that my mind is clear, I’m ready to blog about the fashion and beauty items that are making me happy today! Continue reading
When people are trying to lose weight, usually the first step they take is to modify their diet. While the goal is always to cut calories, different things work for different people; one diet may not work for another person because of lifestyle differences.
I’m no health nut and do enjoy eating out a lot. Continue reading
This weekend was busy and ended painfully. My best guy and I went to Disneyland on Friday night, then the next day to the local fair. It was the best experience I’ve ever had at the fair because I was sober and got out of it having spent the least amount of money I’ve ever spent at the fair. Continue reading
I had to give myself a break from blogging yesterday. I figure I can consider myself part of the post-a-day club if I’m posting something like, 17 blogs out of every 21 days, right?
Yesterday my long-time friend/ roommate and I went on an excursion to Pasadena, Continue reading
I have been told that some days are better than others when it comes to depression and anxiety. The goal is to eventually have more good days than bad days. “use your coping tools,” they tell you. “Be assertive with yourself; make the choices that will make you feel good.” Sometimes all that shrink talk goes out the window. Continue reading