For about three years now, I've practiced yoga regularly because of its many benefits. Because of my daily obligations, however, my love and commitment to this practice has slipped away, which is why this spring I've decided to jump back in and rediscover my yogi roots. I originally turned to yoga because I had trouble… Continue reading Back to the Start: 100 Days of Yoga Week 1
In honor of the International Day of Happiness, as well as the First Day of Spring in the United States, I've dedicated this post to describing the mindset I use to find happiness in my daily life. First, I want to talk about what I mean by "happiness". I don't think it's necessarily possible to… Continue reading This Change in Mindset May Help You Find More Happiness
The life of an anxious introvert is tough. Over-analyzing often works to sabotage relationships before they even begin. We are sensitive, highly perceptive people who respond better to close friendships in controlled situations, than, say, a party or a large gathering. Classes are for education, not socialization. And did you just say you want me… Continue reading The Anxious Introvert’s Guide to Making Friends
How do our birthdays, once so happy and exciting, become so depressing? Here are four ways which might help.
I think we’ve all heard it said, at least once in our lives, that we’ve got to get the most out of every moment. We are encouraged, if not completely threatened, to live life to the fullest every single day. And although these messages are innocent enough on the outside, they apply some serious pressure… Continue reading Why It’s Okay to Live for the Weekend