From struggling with getting through one more semester of school to getting through one more day, there is always a reason to keep going.
I know that just saying I’m proud may not be enough, so here are some reasons why.
Like any illness, mental illness gets worse over time if it’s left untreated, and the only way to treat it is to talk about it.
When was the last time you experienced something for the first time?
I’m always thinking about the next step, how the previous step could’ve went better, what I’m doing in the current step and anywhere in between all those crazy steps.
It's amazing how doing things you're naturally good at just comes, well, natural to you.
You have to tell yourself that sure, this moment may not be the best, but that's all it is—a moment.
No amount of research could prepare me for what lied ahead—becoming a dog mom.
I pride myself in always looking on the bright side of things—in being an optimist and taking negative experiences and turning them into positive ones. I can put a positive spin to any situation (I think I have my PR mind to thank for that), but maybe that’s not always the best. Maybe there are… Continue reading (Don’t) Be positive
I used to have an incredibly unhealthy way of exercising. I did it because I hated the way I looked, not because I wanted to improve my overall health and well-being.