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,...
Cultivating Effortful Joy

Cultivating Effortful Joy

Most people want to experience more joy. Joy in life, joy in work, joy in leisure. But it is often assumed that you have to find this joy. A quick search of the keywords “find joy” returns numerous results including how to find joy in your everyday life,...
How Prioritized Lists Can Help You Manage Your Time

How Prioritized Lists Can Help You Manage Your Time

Some days it seems like everything is priority number one. It can be difficult to manage a work life balance. How do you prioritize your life? I am a list maker. Every since my elementary days I gravitated towards making prioritized lists. They are a way to clearly...
The Dogfather: When Life Revolves Around Four Paws

The Dogfather: When Life Revolves Around Four Paws

I’ll never forget February 2nd, 2019. I had just finished a round of golf with some of my closest friends when my girlfriend sent me a picture of the cutest husky puppy of all time. She had been asking for a dog for a few months at that point. I kept telling her to...
It Just Wasn’t Meant To Be – How to Show More Empathy

It Just Wasn’t Meant To Be – How to Show More Empathy

Offering words of comfort can be a natural response. We, humans, tend to be empathetic and have a hard time standing idle when someone is breaking down. But knowing the right thing to say is not something we are taught in school. We want to offer support, but we have...