self help

RIP Diet Culture

RIP Body Shaming Let’s let judgments about physical bodies die. The judgments we have about whether someone appears healthy, acts healthy, or meets our standards. Other people’s health is not our business. It is never appropriate to comment on someone’s physical appearance, especially in a judgmental way. And with this death, let us release judgment […]

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25 Ways To Cope With Seasonal Affective Disorder

After Daylight Savings Time hits, the days get shorter (well, we have less sunlight during the day), and it affects a lot of people. Some people have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which is a real mental illness and should always be treated with professional help such as therapy, but even if you don’t have SAD, […]

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Chronic Pain: A Daily Ritual For Living Well

I was so honored to be asked to speak in the masterclass, “The Truth About Your Migraine” with Maria Hykin. I don’t have chronic illness myself, but I have had mental illness since I was eight-years-old, and a large number of my followers suffer from chronic illnesses, so I’m always looking for resources to share […]

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50 Ways To Improve Your Office

In honor of the unusual holiday on October 4th, Improve Your Office Day, I wanted to come up with a list of ways you can improve your work environment! Lots of these things are physical items, which can obviously cost money. I’m definitely not rolling in dough, but these things aren’t going to break your […]

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