My Unraveling Bath Puff and the Irony Surrounding It

I know that this may seem silly to some, however, I like to break things down into the little epiphanies that they are in my life. I enjoy celebrating my tiny "Aha" moments and internalizing my truth, which for me, is that I will be alright no matter what. I also have made a conscious decision that I will never purchase another bath puff at the dollar store again. 

My Five Minute Attempt at Meditation and Mindfulness and the Three Lessons I Learned

My primary goal, ultimately, is to really just try to quiet my mind, get my body to stop twitching, and settle my soul so I don't feel like I'm constantly walking the line, Johnny Cash style.

Where’s My Jesus-shaped Potato Chip?

I'm always looking for a sign. I am partly superstitious and partly insecure. By insecure, I mean, I sometimes want to know that I am traveling in the right direction, doing what I am meant to do, soaring on the correct path to happy destiny. I utilize all of my senses in order to discern … Continue reading Where’s My Jesus-shaped Potato Chip?

13 Reasons Why I’m Still Here

Truth be told, I'm really not quite sure why I am still here today despite being quite masterful at sabotaging my life. I often reflect on this very topic. I think about my life, my brain, my addiction, my overall ability (or lack thereof) to cope. I picture how it must have gone down when … Continue reading 13 Reasons Why I’m Still Here

A Haiku A Day Keeps Depression Away

Writing helps. Writing helps my, sometimes debilitating, depression. My mind is akin to my heart with words instead of actual blood. Just as my heart pumps blood on a very regular basis, my mind pumps out words all day, different times, every day. I sometimes come across a home, scene, animal, or piece of earth … Continue reading A Haiku A Day Keeps Depression Away