How To Stop Negative Self-Talk

Negative self-talk is something I've been thinking a lot about lately. When you have anxiety, it's so easy to get caught up in the cycle of negative self talk. Everyone has an inner critic, but getting stuck in the loop of negativity can only bring you down and cause stress and an overwhelming amount of … Continue reading How To Stop Negative Self-Talk

A Broke Girl’s Guide to Self-Care

As much as I would love to be smearing 24k gold face cream on every night, that doesn't happen on my budget. So who says you have to be rich to treat yourself and indulge in some self-care? I put together MY FIRST EVER (!!) infographic, and I'm pretty excited to share it with you. … Continue reading A Broke Girl’s Guide to Self-Care

Guest Post: An Apology for my Indecisiveness

Instagram is how I found the body positive community. It's opened my eyes to how to accept my own body, my mental health struggles, and I've met some inspiring women along the way. Today, I'm sharing a post written for the blog by my truly inspiring friend Debra (@idrinkcupsoftea) "Trust your gut. Follow your heart. … Continue reading Guest Post: An Apology for my Indecisiveness

What self-care means to me {#InternationalSelfCareDay}

If you spend any time at all in the "bloggersphere" side of the Internet, you've probably heard the term self care thrown around in many different ways. Being that today is International Self-Care Day, I want to share with you guys what I've learned about self care recently. A lot of people think "self care" … Continue reading What self-care means to me {#InternationalSelfCareDay}

How much information is too much? Your guide to endometrial cancer

So first off, I want to start off by saying thank you to every single person who has reached out to me, called, sent a card, said a prayer, anything since my surgery and subsequent diagnosis. My family and I feel really, really lucky to have such amazing support around us during this bizarre time … Continue reading How much information is too much? Your guide to endometrial cancer

Making space for a positive mindset

Did you know the average person has an estimated 70,000 thoughts per day! Living with anxiety, I'm almost positive mine is double that, at least. Take a moment to think about the thoughts that run through your mind. Are they positive and uplifting? “Today is going to be amazing!” Or negative and self-defeating? “I don’t … Continue reading Making space for a positive mindset

Remembering to breathe amongst the chaos

I don't know about you, but I often feel like I'm always on the go. Between working in social media (social really never sleeps, y'all. Work never stops at 5pm), hobbies & projects, & trying to have a social life-- my plate is full. I've talked to a lot of my friends and co-workers about … Continue reading Remembering to breathe amongst the chaos