It's taken me quite a few years (and I'm still learning) to realize that even though I know something should be done a certain way, that doesn't mean I'll have the motivation to do it. I've also learned that motivation can come AFTER I start doing it, like a ball that I start rolling, just… Continue reading Are you Sabotaging your Self Care?
This year for Valentine's Day we did the same thing we usually do for Valentine's Day ... not much of anything. We just aren't really big on presents and D sure isn't big on surprises, so we made plans just to buy candy the day AFTER when it goes on sale. The night before I… Continue reading Self Sabotage …. When Chaos feels Comfortable
I've struggled with food for as long as I can remember. Not that I've had punching fights with grilled cheese sandwiches. Not that kind of struggle. It's more of the eating my feelings and not telling myself "No" when I crave something kind of struggle. I eat when I'm bored. I eat when I'm stressed. … Continue reading Quality vs Quantity … Food
Last year I set some goals for myself … that I didn’t reach. I know why. It was my fear of being uncomfortable. I want to write more, create more, and help more people, but every time I have time to do those things, my fears pop back up. They chant in my head that… Continue reading Reach Your Goals by Accepting Uncomfortable
I feed stray cats. My husband isn't terribly happy about it, but I do it. I didn't bring the cats to the neighborhood. I didn't ask to have cats. I didn't want cats .... but I still order gigantic bags of Kit and Kaboodle, keep a storage container of food in my living room corner,… Continue reading What Stray Cats Taught Me About Change