Change is inevitable – growth is optional.
[[Candles available now at the Schenectady Trading Company – 609 Union Street, Schenectady, New York]] We can repeat the same behaviors throughout our lives or we can accept the fact that not all of them serve us. If certain actions or attitudes have only brought us stress, anxiety, sadness or drama – wouldn’t it seem…
Words of Advice for a Younger Me
This blog post has been circling my brain for about a month now ~ perhaps it’s the fact that later this month I’m turning 39. I’ve been thinking about what I would tell my younger self and some of it is serious, some of it isn’t. Here’s a free-flow of my immediate thoughts:
April Review: What did I learn? What can I improve in May?
I have been looking forward to writing this post because I felt very good about April. Was it perfect? No. Have I learned everything I hoped to? Also no. Did I feel like I did my best? Yes. Before I delve into the details of my April budget tracking, I would like to admit I…
Personal Reflection: Quitting and Mediocrity.
When I wrote the blogs about quitting and mediocrity, I had no idea that these questions would become extremely relevant in my life within just a few weeks. Just a week and a half ago, I was a student pursuing my Bachelor’s degree at Purdue Global University. I was (and still am) a full time…
Where’s the line between venting and toxicity?
Who hasn’t felt lighter after venting to a friend? Humans are not meant to be corked bottles; there are great mental, emotional, and physical health benefits in expressing our feelings and letting them out. In addition, our listener may provide clarity and perspective that we are unable to see while we are “in the moment”,…