How can you go from a world full of self doubt and reasons you can't succeed to a place of confidence? Maybe it's time to start asking: Why not me? Why not now?
Living with symptoms is only half the battle when you suffer from a long-term debilitating illness. The other half is psychological, social and a battle for your own beliefs.
I think goal-oriented resolutions are often steeped in some form of self-hate or a societal ideal of what an adventurous, fit or healthy person does. Instead, this year I've decided to reflect and evaluate some of my relationships with the world around me that started changing in 2018 and I'd like to think about more in 2019.
"I'm waiting for me. And I may take awhile." - Women of Manhattan. Read why I think waiting for your truest self to emerge is worth your patience.
“I would give up the unessential; I would give up my money, I would give up my life for my children; but I wouldn't give myself. I can't make it more clear; it's only something I am beginning to comprehend, which is revealing itself to me.”
The world doesn't have to be a perfect place for us to celebrate perfect moments. Read the difference between happiness and joy.
For birthday month, I'm posting things that make me really happy and causes you should support. Annie taught me about the importance of adopting animals.
Failure can feel like more than just a learning opportunity if we let it. Don't let your success be dependent on easy wins - you deserve more.
This world is a big, messy place and changing it can seem overwhelming. Today you dont have to aim to change the world. Aim to do good.
I've spent a lot of time in mourning for what I've come to call my lost years. This week I'm leaving it behind, and here's why you should, too.
If you feel stuck in a life you didn't want, inertia may tell you to just push through. I'm telling you stop! It's never too late to change your life.
I got my heart broken for my entire life until I met the guy who became my husband. Read my I'm okay with that and you should be, too.