"I need help." Seems like a very easy thing to say, doesn't it? We've all asked for help at times - help with everyday tasks or how to do something new. It's simple. We know we don't know everything. We're human. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most… Continue reading When Anxiety Takes Over
One year. I've always found it amazing how some years go by in the blink of an eye and carry a million memories, while some seem to take forever - yet you don't remember much of them. I can't say if this year will be for the former or latter when I look back on… Continue reading First Year of Marriage: Five Things I’ve Learned
Let's start out with this: I'm not a coordinated, athletic person. Never have been. Highly doubt I ever will be. And that's ok. Yoga is a main part of "why." I'm also a person with anxiety. I like trying new things, but I have to be super-prepared. I'm OCD, want to research every option before… Continue reading How Yoga Helps Me Manage Anxiety
Little Rock, to me, is a pleasant surprise. You don't hear much of it. It's not on the many lists you can find for places you need to visit, and to be honest, it's in the middle of nowhere. When I moved there, I wasn't expecting to like the city, let alone fall in love… Continue reading Eating Adventures in a Little Big City – Little Rock, Arkansas
I was in college when my stress levels starting hitting an all-time high. A full-time engineering student in the middle of a nine-month winter in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. A lack of sun did nothing to help a full load of classes, three jobs, and a instructor position helping other students succeed. How was… Continue reading Creating Beauty out of Anxiety and Stress
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