Ever since I was a kid, I had been looking forward to my college experience at BYU. While the college name changed a few times and there was a brief stint of my thinking I could survive in New York City as I tried my hand at Broadway, I pretty much had my heart set… Continue reading I’m Not Good With Change: Moving from Utah to Texas
I’m a huge proponent of planning and planners. I’ve tried a couple of different kinds, I even dabbled with the bullet journal that has been taking the internet by storm, but I always come back to an hourly planner. It helps me see my entire day in a glance. This year, I invested in a… Continue reading You Don’t Have to Plan Your Whole Life
Yoga has been with me for almost as long as I can remember. My parents, true hippies of their generation, were trying to learn yoga and meditation. We practiced as a family for some time. After a few attempts, it fell away from daily practice. I, however, kept it up for some reason. It wasn’t… Continue reading Guest Post: Yoga and My Mental Illness by Michelle Daoust
Slowly but surely, I’m coming more into my own. After years of abusive relationships telling me how I should look, sound, spend my time, making me feel bad about my hobbies or my taste in music, or even the way I practiced the same religion,
I hate medication. I’m one of those hippy dippy trippy people who prefers to use oils and herbs to solve all my ailments. I only go to the doctor when I’ve tried all my old methods and nothing has worked.
Winter punched. Me. In. The. Face. After a tumultuous and shocking Thanksgiving, a busy Christmas, and a bone-chilling New Years, my body and my mind shut down.
Addiction is when you actively and obsessively seek out drugs, alcohol, or other stimulants or depressants. Whether they took opioids after a surgery or they’ve been drinking a lot more often after the death of a loved one, whenever I’ve spoken to those who suffer from addictions, they are often trying to cover up… Continue reading Addiction Recovery and Yoga