Journaling not only allows you to release emotions, but also process them. However, it’s difficult figuring out where and how to get started. There’s no “write” way to journal but these tips can help generate inspiration!
If you were to google top cliché quotes, it would not be surprising to see “everything happens for a reason” in the top results (huge eye-roll, I know). To be fair, though, it can be difficult to find a meaning for why bad things happen. I often sit in the “why me” attitude or write something unfortunate off as bad luck. But that all changed for me when I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma last winter.
The expectation and pressure on new moms are higher than ever, and it doesn’t help that most mothers don’t get the time they need to spend with their baby before returning to the workforce.
For over three years, Elise Hilton fought against her Stage IV melanoma. Her sister, Erin, shares how Elise’s legacy of raising awareness on protecting your […]
Another month has passed and you’re sitting on the couch next to a coffee table that is home to a list of New Year’s Resolutions […]