Tag: anxiety

  • Mindful Monday: Overcoming Fears Part Two

    Mindful Monday: Overcoming Fears Part Two

    Happy MINDFUL MONDAY, focusing on how to overcome anxiety: part two. Last week allowed you to pinpoint a fear that is prominent in your life. This week, these questions will help you determine how to handle the source of anxiety that is most prevalent for you at this moment. These past narratives are typically present because […]

  • A Space for Growth

    A Space for Growth

    This past Spring semester I intended to take five classes. In the midst of life’s uncertainty, I desire to always be one step ahead of the game. When the Coronavirus began to make the news, I was finishing up my 3rd eight-week class and about to start my last two classes for the semester. I […]

  • Searching for my soul

    Searching for my soul

    Initially, I hesitated to post this. “What if I’m judged?” or “What if it’s too personal?” The reality is there is normality in these emotions and if I withhold my thoughts on the basis of fear, I inhibit the ability for other people to feel understood. So here it goes… I want to feel free. […]

  • April Showers Bring May Flowers

    April Showers Bring May Flowers

    A common saying is April Showers Bring May Flowers and boy did April bring some rainy days. I cried a lot more than normal this month. Shedding old memories and the death of self-sabotaging behaviors as I embraced the discomfort that accompanies the growth process. My times were filled with yoga, journaling, and maintaining and […]

  • Calmness in the Storm

    Calmness in the Storm

    They say emotions come in waves. Sometimes they rush in with no warning and, shortly after, escape back into the sea for a quick bit as you become engulfed in daily distraction. At this time, the Moon’s gravity can be equated to God’s love as He is pulling us towards Him. Just like the moon, […]

  • B.E.A.C.H: Best Escape Anyone Can Have 

    B.E.A.C.H: Best Escape Anyone Can Have 

    Written: Nov. 22, 2019 I wrote this blog in attempts to find clarity and determine personal innovation. I had a few days at the beach to reflect, and I did a follow-up reflection on my initial blog. I made sure to turn in my last assignment for my one class while making sure I was […]

  • Are Stagnancy and Growth Synonymous?

    Are Stagnancy and Growth Synonymous?

    Written: Nov. 19, 2019 I’ve had some time to think lately. A lot of time to think, actually. I’ve spoken with people who feel the same way recently. Confused, uncertain, and a little lost. I found comfort in knowing the similarity of emotions being felt or, personally speaking, the lack of emotion. Quite frankly, the […]

  • Fall 2019 Intentions!

    Fall 2019 Intentions!

    Hello everyone! Long-time, no see! I’m back and, hopefully, better! 😉 I set some goals, some of which have been completed, some of which are set in motion, and some yet to be completed. As of October 1st, I began a newfound journey based on the lessons I have learned this year. “Commit to the […]

  • 21 things I’ve learned in 21 Years

    21 things I’ve learned in 21 Years

    My 21st birthday occurred earlier this month. It’s funny because a lot has changed since last year. Tears, renewed friendships, faded friendships, different fears, new discoveries etc. Last year, on my birthday, I found out that my dog, age 11, was most likely going to pass. She had gotten sick at the beginning of March […]

  • Whisper Words of Wisdom: Let It Be(an)

    Whisper Words of Wisdom: Let It Be(an)

    At first, I became nervous and overwhelmed that I did not meet my blogging goals, yet again, this past month. But then it dawned on me; isn’t this what my intention was for the new year. To take thing slow. To avoid getting ahead of myself and, therefore, stay true to God’s timing instead of […]