I found a coffee alternative that actually works!
Not only is this tea delicious but it is extremely beneficial for the body. The ingredients in this hibiscus and elderberry tea are full of vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients that not only detox the body but boost the immune system as well. You can enjoy this tea either hot or cold which makes it… Continue reading Hibiscus and Elderberry Tea
Working out is good for you so shouldn't it FEEL good too? After all, its extremely difficult to stick to something you don't like. Working out is hard to do, so don't beat yourself up for not feeling like doing it. There are gonna be times when you cant wait to show up and there… Continue reading 4 Practical and Effective Ways to Motivate Yourself for the Gym
We’ve all heard that health is wealth and often associate that saying to physical health. However mental and emotional health are important as well. Stress is considered as one of the top silent killers, yet it’s something we’ve been conditioned to consider as ‘normal’ and apart of the grind. There’s nothing normal about having a… Continue reading Why is Happiness Important? 14 Ways to Care for Your Mental Health.
I’ve always wanted better, wanted more...and still do. Yet, I am grateful and humble. I’ve come so far and still have so far to go. But I appreciate where I am! So why does it feel weird not struggling? I sometimes feel like I “should” be. Like somethings off since I'm not struggling in certain… Continue reading Don’t Feel Bad for Doing Better!
"Find inner peace". This affirmation has been stuck in my head for years. I believed that if I said it enough times that it would automatically show up. However, that didn't happen because simply saying it isn't enough. Image by Samantha Davis You have to envision what inner peace is. I'll admit that at first… Continue reading How You Define Inner Peace Matters
Blogging with a Mental Health Disorder is difficult, yet there are many bloggers that do. Despite the challenge, many still pursue their passion. The road may wind, but here are some tips to navigate the journey.
It wasn't planned, or even by choice. However, my separation from social media came out of pure necessity... I began new work as a source writer this week on top of a swing shift work schedule, single mom life, meetings and appointments for my son (who's been sick most of the week), blogging, content creating,… Continue reading I Took a “Break” From Social Media and THIS Happened!
We all have this battle in some shape or form. The ugly opponent in the ring that doesn't seem to get knocked out. I'm talking about depression. Even if you don't have the diagnosis, you have felt this feeling at some point in life. A lot of people carry it so well you wouldn't even… Continue reading The ‘Invisible’ Fight