How to start a routine and keep healthy habits!

In my last post I talked about starting habits. Building up a routine is a habit, and it’s a ton of work. But I’ve learned it’s so worth it. In therapy, the happy house had told me over and over again that I should “do” this. Get a routine Meditate Yoga Sleep All of this... Continue Reading →

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The best self care day yet. 

The more that time goes on the more I understand that I’m ready for anything. I’m ready to defend, I’m ready to advocate, and I’m ready to teach others about the importance of mental health. And I was able to do that for the first time in public while fulfilling a phone upgrade.  Now before... Continue Reading →

Stand up for yourself and others.

I'm happy I was able to finish up my Suicide Prevention posts before September ended. It meant so much to be, due to the stigma surrounding it. I'm trying very hard to educate those about mental health and how you can help others. I feel uncomfortable talking about this because it's work related and I... Continue Reading →

10 things to start right now to improve your day! 

When you're in a routine, it's typically a challenge to see outside your box. Especially if you're dealing with some mixed emotions. It's really hard to identify them while carrying on your day. Or maybe you experience more stressful days and want some relief. These small tasks can help with that! Smile at others. Smiling is... Continue Reading →

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Week nine; speak up.

Finally it happened. A session that I didn't really feel that much into it. Don't mistake that statement though. Going to my therapy session's really really do help me. However I don't come prepared most of the time, and I'll explain. During the week I think of many things. Don't we all? And most of... Continue Reading →

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