I Broke My Streak On MyFitnessPal

Fitness, Mental Health, Personal

This post isn’t actually on my editorial calendar for the month (don’t hold me to it, but this may be a 3 post week)!  I’m writing because a few days ago, I accidentally broke my 290-day streak of logging meals on MyFitnessPal. Initially, I was disappointed to come so close to the year mark- I […]

December 12, 2018

How To Stay Sane During The Holidays

Mental Health, Personal

Although the holiday season certainly is a joyous time of year, filled with friends and family, it’s also widely considered to be easily one of the most stressful periods.  Whether it’s financial woes, family drama, or workplace stress that has you down, it’s important to make sure you’re keeping your mental health at the forefront […]

December 8, 2018

Celebrating World Mental Health Day!

Mental Health, Personal

Hey, everyone. It feels really good to be back on a regular posting schedule again. Do you know what else feels good? Living in a society where open discourse on mental health is emerging as a widely accepted- and encouraged- way of life. Seriously. It feels unbelievably good to open up my laptop, log on […]

October 10, 2018

Fitting Self Care Into A Full-Time Schedule

Mental Health

Listen- “full-time job” is a term I kind of hate, because it implies that your time is full of work, when in fact your life has so many other facets and dimensions to it. You know what is a full-time job? Taking care of yourself. Most of us are kind of underemployed in that department, […]

July 18, 2018

The Messy Truth Of Mental Health Care

Mental Health

Hi, Everyone! Today’s post is a really important one- excited to have my friend Dakota Divinity, talented writer and devoted mental health advocate, contributing a guest post on the truth behind mental health care. This is a topic I care a lot about, one that affects an unreal of number of people from all walks […]

July 11, 2018

The Negative Effects of Social Media

Mental Health

Hey everybody! I once again am dragging my feet and writing this post the day before, but I hope to be back into my usual rhythm soon. I’ve mapped out all my posts for July, and I’m really excited at the content coming up 🙂 That said, today’s post is going to be a serious […]

June 23, 2018

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Mental Health

I don’t remember the first time I felt inferior to someone, I only know that it started when I was really little, and it’s something I continue to struggle with to this day. I couldn’t put words to it until a few years ago, when I first heard about “imposter syndrome.” Also known as fraud […]

May 30, 2018