8 Tips for Easing Seasonal Depression

I wrote my very first blog post 1 year ago today! 🥳🎉 I’m so proud of myself for sticking to this blog and sharing my thoughts with you all. And this is a topic that’s important to me. With the transitions of summer to fall and fall to winter comes a difficult time of yearContinue reading “8 Tips for Easing Seasonal Depression”

Is Your Self-Care Practice Where You Want It To Be? Here’s One Simple Way to Check!

Sometimes we think that we’re doing enough for our self-care because we drank more water than usual for one day, we bookmarked the latest Instagram post from our favorite fitness guru, or we took a screenshot of some random wellness mantra that we’ll most likely never look at again. Although these are fine to doContinue reading “Is Your Self-Care Practice Where You Want It To Be? Here’s One Simple Way to Check!”

COVID-19 is Causing Me to Reflect on My Mental Health

Happy Mental Health Awareness Month! This month and what it stands for is so timely. We will always, always, always need to talk about mental health and how it affects our daily lives, interactions, health and well being. Especially during this time. Sitting at home has forced me to do a lot of self-reflection. WhenContinue reading “COVID-19 is Causing Me to Reflect on My Mental Health”

Quarantine and Chill: Birthday Edition 🎉🥳

If you would have told me a couple of months ago that I would be spending my birthday alone, in self-imposed isolation due to a pandemic, I would have laughed. And then maybe have asked you about what happens next. No, seriously, do you know?? Since I’ve been taking this Corona virus situation – andContinue reading “Quarantine and Chill: Birthday Edition 🎉🥳”

8 Tips for Easing Seasonal Depression

If you’re like me, you probably enjoy watching the seasons change and seeing the ways that nature takes its course. The soft whistling wind through the trees. The crunch of dried leaves with every step. The beautiful mosaic nature creates with burnt sienna and other shades of red, orange, and yellow. The last remnants ofContinue reading “8 Tips for Easing Seasonal Depression”