I’m back! For those of you keeping track, this is my first post since July 4th. I’ve been so buried in my school work that I just didn’t have the brain power to put together any blog posts. Not only did I have to learn how to be a student again, but this was my first … Continue reading Two Study Techniques for Life
For several months now, I have stopped eating once I finish dinner and then my next food intake is the following morning. Not for intermittent fasting, I just wanted to stop eating so much since the gym had to shut down. Well, that changed tonight. After finishing dinner and brushing my teeth, I’m now sitting … Continue reading What Do I Do With This Anger?
Before the days of COVID, Good Friday services at this church were unlike any I’d ever been to before. Because this was the first time I belonged to a church that offered recovery meetings on Friday nights. This church partnered with the local criminal courts, so that when the court orders someone arrested on drug … Continue reading Redemption and Recovery
A breakdown of the 7 types of rest from TED talk.
U.S. Capitol Building by Michael Judkins for Pexels Watching the Capitol building come under attack on January 6th was something I couldn’t look away from, but I also had to know when to turn it off for the sake of my mental health. The images (which I’m choosing not to post here) of this government … Continue reading Maintaining Mental Health During a Negative News Cycle
2020 was probably the most anxiety triggering year people like me have felt in a long time. There were so many unknowns throughout this year, and I’ve shared my own experience with job loss and quarantining. (Please wear your mask!) At the end of it all, I’ve learned 5 important life lessons in finance, health and … Continue reading 5 Life Lessons From 2020