As someone who spends loads of time on Pinterest, you would think that the entire blogosphere is waking up at 5 AM and drinking a glass of hot lemon water before reciting their mantras. Morning routines are the “it” thing in health and wellness right now, but it’s honestly not without reason. Books like The […]
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably Googled a dozen different versions of “how to quit smoking” or “what is the timeline for quitting” in the hopes of understanding how long this fresh hell is going to last. I certainly did for the solid 10 years I tried (and failed) to quit smoking. Although there’s no […]
Whenever you’re making a big change in your life, it’s important to understand the process your brain and body are going through. More specifically, I want you to have a solid grasp of habits: what they are and how to change them.
I’m sure you’ve all read the articles that talk about why we almost NEVER keep our New Year’s resolutions. According to studies, about 90% of us will fail to achieve the goals we set on January 1st. Raise your hand if you’ve been guilty of this in the past.
Are you tired of your own bullshit? I’m sure you’d agree that we all have our “stuff” we’re trying to handle. But some people are doing a much better job than the rest of us at breaking their bad habits.
When I first got sober, I had a lot going on (tough pregnancy) and I used it as an excuse for letting in new bad habits. Now that I’ve got a couple of years of sobriety under my belt, I’m actively working to fix it.
In 1999, I moved from a small town in Indiana to a private women’s college in Atlanta, GA. I hated Indiana and desperately needed to get out. At first, Atlanta electrified me. The people, the school, the opportunities. I felt alive for the first time in forever.
Until I didn’t.