Saturdays are perfect days for letting go of thoughts that no longer contribute to your sense of well-being, and in this post I’ll show you how.
Take five minutes and imagine what your life looks like when everything is going your way – when everything is flowing.
According to CNN, we only have two innate fears – falling and loud sounds. With this prompt, we’ll write out the rest and examine how they really make us feel.
When the physical world around you is clear of clutter, the world inside your head must follow. Improvement does not happen in a vacuum.
If you want a super-easy trick to refocus on the world around you, try breathing – it’s free!
Cue up the Drake, because we’re gettin all up in our feels in this post.
In which I provide the briefest of updates about my absence and share a new writing piece. Happy holidays!
I share a super-lighthearted video about my current depressed state and offer a brief history of my suicidal ideation. Fun stuff ahead!
I channel my inner Edward Gorey as I discuss the ABCDEs of Learned Optimism from the book of the same name by Dr. Martin E. P. Seligman.
There are fewer nuggets in here than a 10-piece chicken nuggies meal that you split with nine other friends. But there are some quotes from Alan Watts and Eckhart Tolle, so at least that’s something!