Even when I choose to do all the things to keep my mind healthy, I will misstep and have an unpleasant day.
In the past, it has been a source of contention with my husband but somehow this summer it became an unexpected source of healing.
My greatest therapy for healing is LAUGHTER. Truly, it has been the balm to my wounded soul and is the elixir to renew my hope. I’m embarrassed to tell you how long I went without laughter…but I will because I do my best to be honest with you. *sigh* For the most part of 5… Continue reading The secret to PTSD Management: Laughter
Priorities are a reflection of what matters in your heart and soul. At the end of your life, people will remember you by your priorities.
Current Lie barrage attacking my heart & mind: Who are YOU to dream so big? How could THIS happen with what little time/resources/etc you have to offer? You should do more and are capable of more and giving more. This won’t cut it. (The lie speaks in a VERY condescending tone) The night before I… Continue reading Doubts are Normal
8 years ago I did something terrifying. I chose to leave the only life I knew, the military.
I believe knowing and accepting the fact life is tough is not a *one and done* kinda thing. We need people to remind us we’re not alone. We must surround ourselves with people who will push us forward when we feel bogged down.
Do you take time away to reflect? We tend to stack our plates so high with obligations, commitments, and good deeds there is no room to breathe.
It can be so overwhelming to walk into our space and have it scattered with *stuff.* One tip I learned from Emily Ley, of Simplified, is do 1 load of laundry a day.
Burn your to do list —> replace it with THIS [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_G6D5yymOY&w=560&h=315]