How to Stop Feeling Like a Failure?

How to Stop Feeling Like a Failure?

The feeling of being a failure is one of life’s largest gut punches—not only that, but your mind is messed with, emotions are triggered, and you ultimately find yourself in a situation you never thought you’d be in. Let’s be honest, no one sets out to do anything just...
How to Save Saturday and Sunday from Work

How to Save Saturday and Sunday from Work

It begins innocently enough, you have to take your son to soccer practice and your daughter to Girl Scouts. In between those activities you have to make dinner and pack lunches for the next day. One day during the week you have to work late, but you still don’t finish...
How Accepting Imperfections Will Bring Happiness

How Accepting Imperfections Will Bring Happiness

No One is Perfect We’ve got bumps and wrinkles and sometimes bad breath. Some things make us feel too sensitive or opinionated. We encounter people who push our buttons and our reaction creates emotion out of nowhere. We are human. Imperfections are part of the...
Making the Best of Being Single on Valentine’s Day

Making the Best of Being Single on Valentine’s Day

This year I will be 25 years old, and I can honestly say I have never been in a relationship on Valentine’s Day. Over the years I have learned a few things about making the best of a day dedicated to being in love when you are not in love. Full disclosure, I used to...
Living with Anxiety: Supporting Loved Ones in Need

Living with Anxiety: Supporting Loved Ones in Need

Everywhere you look today it seems as if someone, somewhere is struggling with anxiety. Nearly 40 million adults over the age of 18 in the United States, or 18% of our population, has been diagnosed with anxiety. I’m sure there are hundreds of thousands of...
Deal With It Now or Deal With It Later

Deal With It Now or Deal With It Later

One of the most frustrating parts of being a kid is that you look to adults to protect you. You glorify them for their strength, wisdom, and experience. You trust that they will be there to protect you from harm. Sometimes they are. Sometimes they aren’t. Over time,...