I was reading the other day about a 30 day minimalism challenge to get rid of items from your house. It involved getting rid of 1 thing on the first day, 2 on the second, all the way to 30 on the last day. While reading through the comments of the video it was featured… Continue reading 30 Day Minimalism Challenge
Paradise is here, in the things you already have. It can be found anywhere, in the sun rays and sun flowers, in the kind friends and good food. But it’s especially easy to find now, when the sun fills the sky and you have to put on sunscreen for fear of being burned by its… Continue reading Paradise is Here
No happy relationship ends in breakup. Unfortunately, it’s not actually the happiness of a relationship that defines how heartbroken you are after it ends. Heartbreak itself comes from the realization that whatever you had was so fundamentally broken it would make more sense just to not continue on at all. For all the downsides, though, breakups… Continue reading Finding Yourself Again: Searching for Meaning Through Heartbreak
What is gratitude? Or more importantly, why is gratitude so important to implement in your everyday life and how can you implement gratitude effectively? According to psychology today gratitude is “an emotion expressing appreciation for what one has—as opposed to, for example, a consumer-driven emphasis on what one wants.” The article goes on to explain what gratitude is linked… Continue reading How to Implement Gratitude in your Life
This year, like every year, I set my new years resolution to have read at least 52 books by the end of 2016. In 2014 I finished this goal before I’d even reached the end of the year, and I believe I actually had 60 books under my belt when the New Years day of… Continue reading Book Review: My Drunk Kitchen
One of the hardest parts of suffering from a mental health disorder is not knowing what to do to make it better. Here’s some concrete examples of steps you can take to feel better.
We all have so many stories inside of us. Stories that are important and could change the way someone else sees the world. All too often, these stories never get told, not even on a personal level.