We all have it. Inner monologue. Train of thought. Brain manifestations. Whatever you call it doesn't matter, because regardless I'm betting most of us struggle with a similar aspect: the dreaded naysayer! The you're-not-good-enough. The dream-killer. I hear this voice a lot and I'm a pretty strong-willed person. I can only imagine how it affects … Continue reading The Voice Inside Your Head
It seems I've gone on another inadvertent hiatus. Six months have slipped by since my last post. Normally, I would write some long winded explanation as to what was commanding all of my time, why I couldn't post an update, apologizing for my absence, blah, blah, blah. Not this time. I don't owe any explanations … Continue reading Cultivating An Attitude of Gratitude
In six days, I'll be thirty. Generally, when I ask people about turning thirty, they have some sort of PTSD or horror story associated with it. "When I turned thirty, my body fell apart." "I cried all night." "Thirty was really hard for me." True stories. Me? I'm pretty excited about turning thirty. I think … Continue reading 30 Things I learned Before 30.
I think there are few people who actually know themselves. Of course, who's to say what it means to know yourself? And how do you actually know when you know yourself? I certainly keep learning about myself, everyday. And I intend to keep learning each day, for the rest of my life. So if that's … Continue reading Live Your Truth
I won't lie. I get frustrated when people complete tasks subpar to what I could do. Whether at work, on the home front, or some other occasion, a little something inside ticks when I see other people cut corners or invest less than 100% into a project. I think, "I would have done x..." or … Continue reading Stop Expecting YOU From Everyone Else
I find myself trapped in a complex moral dilemma, and I'm not sure where I stand. It all started after reading a story about a 41 year old Canadian man who suffered from Motor Neurone Disease (MND) otherwise known in Canada as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Long story short, the healthcare funding he needed to … Continue reading Do You Have the Right to Die?