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.
When I was even just 15 years younger, I often thought I was so hopeless that I would literally be found in a hopeless state of feline confusion with cats sitting on my head, begging for food, and a comatose me staring at a blank wall.
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.
The Fourth of July...close your eyes and what do you see? A spewing of red, white and blue everywhere? Bright red brake lights highlighting the epic traffic jams for miles while families tow RV's and boats slowly up to vacation homes and camps? Do you see the bright hail of fireworks illuminating the humid sky … Continue reading Self-Care Challenge for the 4th of July: 5 Ways to Stay Sane
For many years, I was fooled. I thought I deserved a pint of vodka (ok, a liter to be honest) or a glass of wine (or a box...ok!). The days had been long for me in high school and college...so long in fact, that often they blended together so two to three days were really … Continue reading You Mean Self-Care Isn’t A Pint of Vodka?