Based in New York’s capital region, Stacey L. Davis is the owner and artist behind Davis Made Home Decor. She has a passion for creating, writing and self-improvement.
- What can $450 do?I’ve taken about 75% of the career coaching courses and have reviewed the first draft of my new resume, along with a few paragraphs of notations. (Please see my last post.) My biggest takeaway is that I spent $450 to realize that I am not a career-oriented person. I don’t understand the trending lingo orContinue reading “What can $450 do?”
- “The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don’t.” – Marie KondoThe past couple of weeks have been challenging for me because I fell into a cycle of restlessness and interrupted sleep patterns. As mentioned in my last post, sleep deprivation increases my anxiety and my anxiety increases my sleep deprivation. In these cycles, I begin to fixate on things. I refer to it as “spinning”Continue reading ““The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don’t.” – Marie Kondo”
- Sleepy Time Routines & Striving for PeaceFor years, I’ve been yearning for a life free of prescriptive and/or addictive substances that act as a substitute for sleep, peace, and calm. I am not convinced that struggle and hardships beget success, that a person’s worth depends on their level of productivity, or that anyone should eat, sleep, breathe their ‘grind’ in orderContinue reading “Sleepy Time Routines & Striving for Peace”
- Untangling feelings about convenience.Up until recently, I attributed my dislike of anything convenient to my modest upbringing. As I work toward shedding thought patterns that no longer serve me, I have to wonder if that’s true or is it just an attitude I developed to soothe me when I perceived I lacked something. The thing is – conveniencesContinue reading “Untangling feelings about convenience.”
- Looking in the mirror: Hushing my inner criticIn my quest to get to know myself better and heal the things that need healing…I’ve moved on to the Throat Chakra and am taking my time with it. There was a chapter in my life where I was boisterously outspoken. On the positive end, I appeared fun and confident. On the negative, I wasContinue reading “Looking in the mirror: Hushing my inner critic”