Reflect on yourself, and you might like what you see. Or you will just make a bunch of self-effacing jokes and pass it off as a blog post.
Spoiler alert: it's helping.
I've worked a variety of jobs over the past 14 years. From retail to corporate desk jobs, gas stations to chain restaurants, I feel like I've done my fair share of different jobs. There have been low-paying ones (quite a few of those) and high-paying ones. I've had good bosses and terrible ones. I've stayed … Continue reading What’s The Purpose of Having A Purpose?
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. Fear of change.
Pain is an excellent teacher.
Comforting activities vs pleasurable ones and how they help our mental health
It's all about the next step. Actually, it's all bout doing the next step because the idea is that taking a step toward your goal will help you feel more accomplished, fulfilled, and overall happier.
I live somewhere between mildly uncomfortable and peacefully accepting.
My last post was an almost-too-perfect-of-an-ending tale about how I'm feeling happy and content, despite my life being very much "in progress". In fact, that was the whole point--that I haven't reached any milestone to feel that way. A big part of those "in progress" plans is my mental health. Coping with a mental illness … Continue reading Gratitude Adjustment
Today, for the first time in a very long time, I felt content and peaceful. I felt optimistic. I felt downright happy. This feeling has sort of been with me all day, but it just hit me tonight in the oddest way. I was putting away dishes while listening to Christmas music. A mundane, unmemorable … Continue reading What Happiness Looks Like