J. 35 JOURNALING Prompts for Anxiety & Depression

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Ever since I can remember I’ve been a writer. I started with copying words and definitions from the dictionary when I could barely read, moved on to writing my own short stories during my elementary school years and eventually started journaling when I really started struggling with different issues and situations as a teenager – and even now as an adult. I’ve chosen 35 journaling prompts to share with you. One for each year I’ve been alive. Eeek! I’ve tried {Read More}

I. 8 Strategies for Dealing with ISOLATION When You’re Depressed

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We’ve made it to the letter “I” in the A to Z 2018 Challenge! You can see links to all posts here. As if feeling down for days and days and days isn’t tough enough… one thing that makes depression really hard to deal with is feeling isolated. I wanted to outline some strategies for dealing with isolation because it’s common and there are some things you can do to feel a bit better.   Symptoms of Isolation Physical aches {Read More}

H. 52 Things That Make Me HAPPY (Now it’s Your Turn!)

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Before I get into today’s “H” post, I just wanted to document the workout I did after work. I think I might start documenting workouts again. I’m not sure if I’ll do it weekly or whenever I workout but I’ll figure something out! Lately I’ve been following Thinner, Leaner, Stronger which I’ve mentioned before in this post and several others I’m sure. Today was chest, tris and calves so I did a few bench press exercises, a couple tricep moves {Read More}