Trying New Things

Since my last post, Muted, the soul searching continues as I try to learn how to show up as my authentic self. One thing I’ve decided to try is getting out of my comfort zone in different ways, which ironically enough is something I started doing about a month ago (minus the whole conscious decision […]

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Muted

Like everyone else in the world I follow several celebrities and accounts of people I don’t know on Instagram. Celebrities, hashtags, yadda yadda. You know the drill. Just recently a friend got me into watching the stories people post, which I had previously ignored completely because this is what I do with new technology and […]

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Finding Happy Again

We all have times in our lives when we get a little down, right? Get a little funk-ish? If you’re like me, you might possibly have some difficulty getting back out of those little “rabbit holes” you get into. Kind of like your mind burrows in and makes a nice little spot to lie down […]

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Depression

This is a difficult post for me to write. I don’t open up about this topic very often, and I don’t think I have on here when I was actually going through it but I felt like I should now. My depression is returning. Or has returned. There are certain signs I have been noticing […]

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Happy New Year!! and My Top 5 Resolutions for 2019!

Yep, I’m climbing up on the new year post bandwagon for the first time.  This is mainly because if 2018 has done anything, it’s show me a few places I need to put in some work. Also because, you know, I haven’t posted anything in a while and…new year – new beginnings, right?  (Spoiler alert: […]

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Living at Home Again

And by “home” I mean with the parents. What did you do when you turned 40? What I did was move back in with my parents due to my house being….uninhabitable.  Then I dealt with it like an adult took off on a “bucket list” vacation to celebrate my birthday by pretending for a week that my […]

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With Age Comes…. Doctors

I’ve hit that in-between age now where in certain conversations people may look at me and say, “Oh, you’re still young!” at which I smile brightly and love them unconditionally for saying so.  This is the case unless, apparently, I’m talking about health issues where I’ve found the response takes a sharp turn into, “You […]

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