Think back to a year ago from today. What did your life look like? Where did you envision yourself to be in the next year? What did your goals and dreams look like? Wherever you were, I bet you would have never guessed that you would be in the middle of a global pandemic a . . .
Have you ever gone through a negative patch in life and no matter what you do, positive thoughts seem impossible to come by? It leaves you wondering how you can change your thinking in the first place. If you are even able to control your thoughts, what are some of the . . .
I want to share with you a quote that has really resonated with me here over the last week or two. It’s a quote that has helped me to manage my stress to some extent, has allowed me to find a sense of happiness, and has given me a sense of clarity while being able to . . .
Fear is something that I am incredibly familiar with as I grew up with a lot of it. Not necessarily the fear of harm or anything like that, but the fear of being judged and the fear of never being good enough. I was never really an overachiever growing up. I didn’t have . . .
I think we can all agree that it can be incredibly challenging to develop new and improved habits or stick to positive ones. But when it comes to habits (and life as a whole), what we fail to realize is that the biggest challenge is often sitting right between our own two . . .
Going back to school is going to look incredibly different for a lot of college students. Some are going to be solely online, others are going to be hybrid, and even for those who are going back to a traditional classroom setting will still experience these . . .
Challenging times? Yes. Impossible to overcome? No. Challenging times are a part of life. They are not fun to think about or go through, but they are sometimes unavoidable. You might be feeling exhausted and even powerless while trying to restore your energy, especially . . .
“Why do I feel like such a failure? Why do I fail at everything I do?” How many times have you asked yourself these questions or felt this way? If so, join the club. I have asked myself these very questions more times than I can possibly count. Failure is normal. . . .
As someone who is constantly trying to challenge themselves and grow in life, I will admit that there are times where I find myself overly worrying about what others think about me. It’s as though this need for acceptance is constantly lingering and just never seems to go . . .
I have been reading Atomic Habits: Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results by James Clear, and I must say, it is fascinating. Old habits can be some of the most difficult challenges to overcome in life. As we work towards our new and improved habits, we have a tendency to go back to . . .