Thoughts on life, writing, art, and health.
After overworking myself in 2020, feeling like a failure when I crashed from my burnout at the end of the year, I earned a promotion and have found a renewed sense of hesitant motivation, despite still feeling like a failure.
Let's look at January: books I read, music I enjoyed, games I played, mental health struggles, and my accomplishments.
I want to break my social media addiction. Passive consumption consumes my life. A social media addiction is a bad habit I know I can break.
Look, I'm sad and expressing it in poetry helps. Bipolar disorder is hard. I am not in crisis, I'm just real fuckin' sad.
I have not worked long in fast food, but I need to speak up about some of the customers I continue to serve during the COVID19 pandemic.
Everyone has been in that place where something needs to be done, but they just don’t want to do it. We come up with excuses, we whine to our peers, we say, “I need to do it, but I don’t wanna.” It’s taken me almost 5 years to master how to do anything without feeling […]
"Mindfulness" conjures up meditating with the eyes closed, zen gardens, pleasant and lush streams through green vistas, breathing exercises, and the occasional burst of gong and incense. But it's much more than that. I bring mindfulness into every aspect of my life, including my freelance work.
I love the starts of a new year, new month, new week, new anything. Beginnings are my favourite part of a project or a goal. It's the middles and endings I struggle the most with. Even in a new year, I find myself slogging through the middle of the calendar by June. But not in 2020!
This social media break, I'm taking a sabbatical and focusing on creative endeavours! I explain my motives and present some fancy charts to highlight the importance of taking a social media break for mental health.