This evening, I revised my resume, and opened up half a dozen tabs with job postings. I have begun a search for a new job. My current position was once considered my dream job. I moved from a liberal arts background into the startup scene, working as a tech support rep for the last 1.5 … Continue reading why i want to leave my dream job
Hyperhidrosis. I certainly don’t have it as bad as it could be, but finding an anti-perspirant that effectively stops underarm sweating has been a challenge. Finding one that is natural is something I had viewed as impossible. Inspired by a new calendar year though, I wanted to take another look at my past goal of … Continue reading hyperhidrosis? no sweat.
I’ve dropped out of grad school. Twice. During Attempt 1, I was in school for Library Science, dealing with severe depression & anxiety, living in a toxic environment, working three jobs, and suicidal. Halfway through the semester, I dropped out of the class to prioritize my mental health. Attempt 2 ended before it even started– … Continue reading year of joy: do what works for you
Over the course of a year, I tend to find that a certain theme develops for me. This is usually something that I am most aware of mid-year, after some time has passed. Six days into this new year though, I have already found my theme for the year: I need to prioritize my joy. … Continue reading year of joy: prioritizing myself
This past week, I experienced a burst of extreme productivity, as I sought to complete some organization goals before the end of the year. I want to start 2018 ready to dive into new ambitions and projects, and to help with this, one of my organization projects included going through my electronic clutter. This has … Continue reading electronic clutter
Be gentle to yourself, but remember you are strong. These are nine words that have been running through my brain so much this past week. Last week I wrote about the art of self-care, and the importance of learning what this looks like for you. I have found that sometimes, for me, a large part of … Continue reading be gentle to yourself, but remember you are strong
From self-help books, to spa days, to the Danish practice of hygge, the concept of self-care is everywhere these days– as it should be! It’s a practice that is key to maintaining balance in life, and when done right, can be hugely beneficial. Doing self-care right is truly subjective to the individual– there’s not a … Continue reading the art of self-care