Why is empathy important, and what function does it serve in everyday life?
If there is one thing from my childhood that I will forever be grateful for, it’s my Dad.
The past year has been a roller coaster of a ride, but it’s a good a time as any to reflect on the lessons learned along the way – and really embrace and appreciate those lessons in the coming year. So I thought I would share with you the most important things 2018 taught me:
What. A. Bad-Ass.
Why are we so worried about what happens next? What people think? Who will judge our decisions? The only … More
Being an incredibly observant person has its advantages. You know how to read a room full of people, where … More
We can search our whole lives for happiness, but sometimes happiness is what’s right in front of you.
Or, more accurately, happiness can be found right in front of you, if only you look a little closer.
And it’s dangerously addictive.
We all want to live in the moment, rather than dreaming about the future or regretting the past. But there are some moments that stand out more than others in life, because they are beautiful in their simplicity.
I wonder what the world would be like if we looked in the mirror and didn’t see our physical reflection, but our internal one.
Whether you’re old, young, a new mother, a high achiever… depression doesn’t care about that. What it does care about is infiltrating every facet of your life, until you aren’t sure what’s real and what’s not.
Until we’re dead, we’re alive. Maybe barely. But we’re alive.