Try It Out Tuesday: Let it Happen 

Okay, so you all know how I've been an advocate for planning, thinking things through, and being as logical as humanly possible, right? Well, now I'm telling you that it isn't always needed.  When it comes to relationships, sometimes being logical and thinking aren't your best option. When you overthink about certain things (like, "wow, … Continue reading Try It Out Tuesday: Let it Happen 

Talk it Out Tuesday: What The Universe Has To Offer 

Do you believe in miracles? Do you believe that everything happens for a reason? Or do you believe that whatever happens, happens, and there's no controlling it?  I used to believe that life just isn't going to work out for me, and that I'd always be unhappy. And the funny thing is, that's what I … Continue reading Talk it Out Tuesday: What The Universe Has To Offer 

Motivational Monday: Why You Should Write Things Down

Growing up, I've always been scatterbrained. I always had a million thoughts, ideas, and plans floating around in my head. Most of the time, I would forget them. Important tasks I had to get done were left unfinished, and many great song lyrics were lost.  Over time I began to realize the importance of writing … Continue reading Motivational Monday: Why You Should Write Things Down

Wellness Wednesday: Don’t Let Others Steal Your Sunshine 

Many people in my life recently have been telling me about how someone made them feel upset. That the person was doing things that were confusing, aggravating, or annoying.  In listening to these countless stories, I had one thought that kept circulating in my head.  "Why are you letting them bother you?" Throughout life, there … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday: Don’t Let Others Steal Your Sunshine 

Talk It Out Tuesday: What My Disability Taught Me 

I remember always being self-conscious. Always wondering what people thought, avoiding eye contact, and trying to remain as "normal" as possible. But...what is normal?... Normal (for me) was trying to mimic the way that I saw the majority of people walk. Normal was taking the looks I got, and automatically assuming they were judging me … Continue reading Talk It Out Tuesday: What My Disability Taught Me