Never Too Late

My job as Service Coordinator exposes me to all sorts of breakthroughs.  My property serves the low-income elderly and disabled.  These are folks who likely did not have many opportunities for personal growth early in life, or for whatever reason find themselves at a disadvantage in their current life.  Previously, I had only served as…

Obstacles

Putting your feelings in writing is a good way to not only release stress, but it can also help you get to the root of the problem and serve as a point of reference for recovery. So here goes: December, I was hopeful and feeling up to the challenge of my new position at work….

Anxiety at the Grocery Store

It’s been a while since I’ve been this close to a panic attack in public. Sunday, sometime in the middle of the day, I needed to go to the store to pick up some things for the house. Typically, if my boyfriend is awake before one of his work nights, we’ll go shopping together, but…

My Mundane Dream

They always tell you to dream big, but the little dreams, the mundane dreams, can also bring joy to our lives.  Maybe the mundane dreams seem like they detract from progress towards a big dream, but my opinion is that realizing the little dreams makes it easier to dream big later.  The little dreams are…

2017 Plans

Turns out I do miss my blogging.  I’ve been away for months (if you don’t count the 16 for 2016 post), and in that time I’ve pared down my life to a few essential interests.  Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been keeping up with a journal/planner, and found inspiration in the bullet journal…

Choices

Since late August, I’ve felt a strong desire to organize and cull many aspects of my life.  Hopefully, you’ll forgive me for missing the Stone of the Week updates this month, and have been able to do some independent research with the stones I listed on the calendar.  As the equinox approaches, it’s time to…