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Mental Health

  • 10 Little Ways to Practice Self-Care

    As much as I struggle with anxiety and depression, I’m really bad at consistently practicing self-care and self-love. I go through phases where I’m really motivated (usually after a bout of panic or a really bad day) but then I also go through phases where I…

  • What You Should Know on World Mental Health Day

    10 October is marked as World Mental Health Day by the World Health Organization, so I thought I’d take some time to write yet another post about mental health! Many people I talk to about my mental health are generally well-meaning. But it’s just hard…

  • My Mental Health Journey: What You Don’t See

    I have anxiety and depression. And standing before you, you might not guess it. You see, mental illness is often invisible to the outside world. On a good day, it’s a distant memory of my past. On a bad day, it’s attacking my mind and…

  • Embrace Who You Are

    I’m weird. I’ve never had a ton of friends. I don’t like to go out. I don’t love the taste of alcohol or the way it makes me feel and would much rather spend my time drinking tea and reading/watching Netflix or hanging out with a…

  • 2017 in Review

    I can’t believe that 2017 is almost over. I feel like I say this every year, but 2017 really flew by. I officially moved to NYC, moved apartments, started a new job, traveled to three places and so much more. This post is a monster,…

  • Where to Find Inspiration

    Every once in a while, I feel very uninspired when it comes to my blog and other creative outlets. Feeling uninspired is perfectly normal from time to time. But it’s always important to know what inspires you so you always have something to turn to…

  • Why It’s Important to Celebrate the Small Things

    The Internet is filled with wellness tips and self-care advice these days. Don’t get me wrong, it’s fantastic that people are starting to talk more about mental well-being. But what happens when those wellness tips like “go to yoga” or “meditate for half an hour…