mental health


My #1 Reminder to Help Relieve Anxiety

Hi my friends, There’s something really beautiful about being able to connect, share, and forge relationships with almost anyone in the world, through the wonder that is technology! I really, really love that I am able to write every week in this space, and you can read it from wherever...

6 Things I’m Not Apologizing for in 2022

My dear friends, I’m still in my new year mode, and was thinking more about what I’d like to cultivate and what I’d like to release in 2022. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you might remember that I consider myself to be a recovering people pleaser...

5 Affirmations for Reinforcing Self-Love

Hello friends, Whenever I begin to write my blogs, I silently ask myself what would be the most useful and helpful for the people who will read it. I then think about my life: the main themes, challenges, and lessons that have been popping up. Of course, current events also...

5 Tips for Not Taking Things Personally

Hi friends, wishing you a beautiful start to this new week. One of the biggest lessons that this year taught me (again) is the power of not taking things personally. I’ve found that as much as we put in the effort to heal and to shift perspectives, sometimes old habits...

Understanding Toxic Patterns

Though I think it can be difficult and unpleasant at times, I find it incredibly important to be mindful and aware of our own toxic patterns and behaviors. We all have them. We get wrapped up in life and it’s crazy circumstances, and then, behave in ways that are not...

My Thoughts on Depression and Mental Health

In the past month, we’ve been exposed to a lot of depressing news and situations. We’ve discussed dealing with negativity in life, but sometimes there’s more to it. Life is challenging, there’s no doubt about that. When it seems like nothing can go right and the world is set against...

Editors Pick

The Practice by Barb Schmidt

Barb offers readers life-changing spiritual guidance in an easy to follow format, and what makes this book so magnificent is that she has infused her own stories and struggles to help readers connect and learn.
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles