5 Positive Things About Quarantine

I know what you’re thinking. Is she crazy? Quarantine sucks! I don’t see anything positive about this time. Okay, YEAH IT SUCKS! I hate being stuck in the house with the fear of going food shopping for my family. I hate wearing a mask. I could go on and on, but that’s for another post….

Spring Feels Broken This Year

I normally love spring. It always makes me happy and reminds me of the true meaning of beauty. The tree are blossoming. Flowers are popping up. Spring is here, but this year is different. Everything is falling apart. Nothing is the same. COVID-19 is taking away the meaningful things about Spring that I love and…

Spring Washes Away Winter Blues

As I feel the Spring air hits my skin, my depression lifts up into the air and flies away from me. My head clears up as I start to feel relieved and free. I even feel a smile on my face. The sound of birds warms my heart as it breaks the dark outcast in…

When Anxiety Creeps Up On Me And Takes Over

Anxiety loves messing with my head. It fills up with doubt as if a What If Monster creeps inside my mind. I get lost in a heavy, dark cloud hanging over me. My mind spins in circles as I begin to freak out. I start to overthink EVERYTHING and sometimes have panic attacks. Everything starts…

Building Myself Up As The Dark Clouds Moves ln

Anxiety has no power over me. I am brave. Depression will not change my mood. I am bigger than depression. Motherhood isn’t easy, but I love everything moment of it. I am a fabulous mom. My body may have changed after my daughter. I am beautiful. My life feels like one huge roller coaster I…

10 Uplifting Songs To Listen To When You’re Feeling The Blues

Music helps lift up our spirits on when the world is crashing down on us. It reminds us we’re not alone and speaks to our souls. Warning: don’t listen to depressing music if you’re upset. Listen to these uplifting songs instead when you’re feeling blue. 1) “So don’t be afraid to let them show Your…

Depression Stop Us From Focusing on the Smaller Things

In a city full of distractions, we mentally forget about the smaller things in life. Our minds tend to worry about the flashier moments or problems. Simply just because they’re more noticeable. It’s alright. Unfortunately, that’s normal to forget what we should be focusing on. We assume we can’t help it. But the truth is…

When Depression Come Knocking on Your Door

If there’s one thing that I learned about depression is take mental health day and do something by yourself. Because sitting home on a foggy day only makes your thoughts wonder inside a fog. You need to take time for yourself, so your mind feels your worth and reminds all the good things in your…