Category: wellness

A Letter to My Ex

To my ex, When you sent me the papers, I cried all night. It wasn’t like I hadn’t conciously made the decision. I think we were both in agreement on that. I think I cried because it was so final – so real. And… Continue Reading “A Letter to My Ex”

Spain Update #9: Just Keep Trying

For awhile now, I’ve been beating myself up for not having every aspect of my life organized and together. I haven’t been focusing enough on school, or I need to apply more hours at my job – I need to walk my dogs more,… Continue Reading “Spain Update #9: Just Keep Trying”

2020: A Decade Worth of Reflection.

When I look at who I was ten years ago, I see a young, clueless girl. Always overstressed, I had to be perfect at everything. I had to get this new adulting thing down! Super responsible, always working really hard. I was too tough… Continue Reading “2020: A Decade Worth of Reflection.”

Spain Update #7: LOVE.

If you know me, you know I am incredibly interested in positive psychology. And a big part of why I am so interested in this subject is that I am trying to understand why we think things – because our thoughts are so powerful.… Continue Reading “Spain Update #7: LOVE.”

Spain Update #6: Sexual Desire & Women

Today I’m going to address a topic that might make a lot of Americans uncomfortable. Sexual desire!  For women, there is a stigma that exists for any of us that want to actually have sex. You don’t see it all that much here in… Continue Reading “Spain Update #6: Sexual Desire & Women”

Spain Update # 5: Our Decisions

Let’s talk about our actions. Every decision we make results in consequences that affect our lives and the lives of others. It’s crazy to think about – and if you dwell on that thought too long, the idea can be crippling. But what if… Continue Reading “Spain Update # 5: Our Decisions”

What I Learned from the Stress of Moving Across the World

Well here we are, in Barcelona, soaking in that sunshine. The dust has settled, and we are finally able to reflect on what has happened and how far we’ve come. I won’t lie to anyone and tell them it’s easy moving across the world… Continue Reading “What I Learned from the Stress of Moving Across the World”

Journey Into Happiness: When I Lost My Older Sister

Damn it, what a year. I didn’t sleep. I didn’t want to eat. I didn’t feel a damn thing. I remember driving down country roads with my boyfriend (now husband), just looking out in silence. I didn’t care about any of it. I was… Continue Reading “Journey Into Happiness: When I Lost My Older Sister”

Journey Into Happiness: Stop Being So Hard On Yourself

If you’re like me, you are super hard on yourself. You always want to be the best, do your best – and the truth is that it’s impossible to be perfect. When we aren’t perfect, it’s easy to beat ourselves up about things. But… Continue Reading “Journey Into Happiness: Stop Being So Hard On Yourself”

Journey into Happiness: Dealing with Disloyalty

Let’s talk about disloyalty. Is there someone around you that has been “shady,” lied to you, or maybe a person that was what they call “a wolf in sheep’s clothing” (hiding something from you, while masquerading as a loyal person)? This is the individual… Continue Reading “Journey into Happiness: Dealing with Disloyalty”

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