It is sometimes so hard to stay organized in this crazy world! Luckily, there is a great tool to help with this! Planners come in many different formats and in this post I explore my 3 favorite kinds of planners.
Sometimes, anxiety is really hard to live with and there are some things you just really need to be reminded of about yourself. In this blog post, I explore a few of such statements.
Happy birthday to me: finally 20! Finally I am no longer a teenager and can say I am well on my way to becoming an adult! Just one problem: I do not want to.
Depression is a commonly-used word in our society today. However, does overusing the word keep us from recognizing it and taking it seriously as an illness? This is what I discuss in this blog post.
By this point we all know how it feels to be stuck at home until we feel that we are losing touch with reality. Read my blog post to discover some habits to try out to keep your sanity!
It is really hard to know what to do when you are about to have a panic attack. Here is the method I use to help me calm down when I feel myself starting to have an attack.
That weird thing you do? That might actually be a sign that you have ADHD. Read the blog post to find out what these tendencies are!
"For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them."Ephesians 2:10 For most people I have met, one event happened in their early Christian walk that showed them how blessing others could speak to the transforming love of Christ more than any words... Continue Reading →
There are some times when you need to admit to yourself that you made a mistake in one of your choices. Read my blog post to discover how this is actually an opportunity, not a fault.
(Image property of Lone Star College: Cyfair Drama Department) In the semester of Fall 2020, I was enrolled in several classes at my local community college. As I have mentioned in previous posts, I am a member of said college's Honors College program, and they offer a selection of exclusive classes each semester. I enrolled... Continue Reading →