By Mallory Corbin Anxiety is a lot like a speeding car. Picture this: You’re driving down the road. Everything is fine, you’re feeling good and your favorite song might have even come on the radio. Suddenly a bird comes crashing into your windshield, you have to swerve around a pothole, or maybe another car cuts… Continue reading Pressing the Breaks on Anxiety
Save Time, Money, and Yourself: Budgeting for Self-Care By Emma Grace Brown The idea of self-care conjures up activities that may come with a hefty price tag, from spa days and massages to mini-vacations. The advice from the publication Her Money cautions that self-care costs should comprise “about 5 percent of your budget, maximum,” but that also… Continue reading Save Time, Money, and Yourself: Budgeting for Self-Care
A Revolution by Faith Coleman Living for yourself is revolutionary. Never again, will I be my own adversary! I learned to heal and take peace in my process because, placing one’s validation over my mental health undoes my progress. When you open a door, it may be locked. If I tell you I’m not ready to speak,… Continue reading Faith Coleman: A Revolution
By Casey Sterle In just a few short weeks our world has changed drastically. Days that would have been spent at the office––chatting with other people, sharing jokes and snacks over meetings––and nights at the crowded bar––playing pool and darts––have been replaced by this new thing we call social distancing. If someone had asked… Continue reading Social Distancing… But How Distant Are We?