As someone suffering with depression and anxiety for many years, I have found it extremely hard to be proactive in my mental health journey, But after watching this TEDtalk, everything changed.
I took a month and some change off from blogging to reevaluate my place in the blogging community. I learned a lot and now I’m ready to go full force… At my own pace.
It’s a new year! So that means new goals, so let’s discuss ways in which we can keep the motivation to achieve them.
It’s the end of yet another year. Lots of mixed emotions are running around. This is just a short 2018 Wrap Up with some lessons I’ve learnt and wish to pass on to you.
Why should wait until we’re ready, until we’re “perfect”… To start pursuing the things we want? I’m sorry, but I think that’s bullshit. Here’s why.
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Becoming self-aware is something I believe a lot of people don’t know this really vital in our personal development. Read about my recent experience with becoming self-aware through my series of anxiety attacks.
I’ve been really out of it occasionally and I plan on righting my wrongs and focusing on my well-being. I hope you will to.
You should never be ashamed to admit that you have self-esteem issues. The first step to overcoming something is to admit that it exists and it needs to be done away with.
The finale in the 3-part series called ‘Self’. Writing this has helped me a lot. You guys really wouldn’t believe. It’s through writing I learn new things about myself and I unlock so much hidden potential I never knew my smol, fragile self could ever hold. I hope it helps you guys too. Y’all are the reason why I push. Have a great week and I’ll see you guys again soon!