If I'm being honest, half the time, I don't even feel like it's worth it. My mess is familiar; it's easier and its comfortable. I know what happens there, even if it's negative, it is no surprise. I'm prepared to deal with it.
Now, I’m not saying don’t dream or make goals. Visualizing your goals is what should motivate you. Why do you think vision board parties have become so popular? Put that thing in your face long enough and you’ll figure out a way to get it. But I cannot sit and say, “Oh, I wish God would bless me with a nice figure,” while I’m sitting in my bed eating pasta and breadsticks.
Bad news travels faster than good news. It’s a proven fact. You’ll hear about a dirty restaurant with dry food before you hear about a five-star restaurant with delicious meals. Why do we do that? Why are we so quick to share the negative? Society has made it so easy for us to do this. … Continue reading Find your happy
So, I've only been 30 for about a month and I already feel as if I'm failing at it. Now, I haven't lost sight of my goals, however this train to success seems to be moving a lot slower than I'd hoped. I am currently in the process of trying to relocate. I know, if … Continue reading A 30’s life crisis is real
Being inconsistent sucks. Because I can’t think of anything worse right now than starting over. Starting over with my financial recovery. Starting over with my clean eating. Starting over with exercising. Starting over in my celibacy journey. But truth is, I’ve stopped each of these things more than I’ve started them. Each time I slip, … Continue reading Nobody respects a quitter.
30 is like Monday. "I'll start this diet Monday." "I'll work on my business Monday." "I'll start my book Monday."
It’s a very popular trend to say hello to a new month on social media. As a matter of fact, if you google “hello February,” so many cute little graphics come up for you to post on social media. I wasn’t ready for the hello February’s. I’m excited about my birthday plans, but not actually … Continue reading Mind Control Tips
A very important part of my journey to recovering is my financial recovery. This is probably the thing I don’t want to blog about (or work on) the most. I have horrible saving and budgeting skills. Let me rephrase that. I have the skills and refuse to use them. I’ve had a job since I … Continue reading All about the budget, baby.
At the end of 2014, I found an article about a blessing jar. It was a do-it-yourself product that required an empty mason jar, some paper and pen. I believe the directions called for you to write something you were grateful for every day, fold it up and put it in the jar. What … Continue reading Count it all joy.
For the past couple of years I have been de-escalating calls and educating people on the difference between deductibles and co-insurances. I’ve upgraded to a nice little cubicle that often makes me feel like I’m drowning.