I feel exhausted today.
Just drained with nothing left in me. No smiles, no laughs and just feeling pooped the very moment I stepped back home through my apartment door. In fact, I kinda felt weary this morning when I got to the gym. I lacked energy and motivation at boot-camp and it didn’t help when I noticed Mac & Tosh walking, instead of jogging around the track during warm-up. I honestly felt like joining them with their walk and early bail-out to Starbucks.
Another burpee? No thanks.
And please, not another push-up.
Continue reading “Vacancy: Self-Worth in the Mind of a Childhood Abuse Survivor.”
The other day at the office, Stella asked if I wanted to go out for lunch at the nearby sushi restaurant. We managed to find a great little spot, referred to by my other colleague, Cat. For under $10, you get a bento box (comprising of high quality sushi, sushi and more sushi, a garden salad and teriyaki chicken) along with a miso soup on the side. And did I mention that the sushi chef sometimes throws in a freebie of one his own creations?
Yes, that’s right. All this for under $10…mmm.
Ok, in case you’re wondering, no I’m not writing to promote this place. You can follow my Yelp account if you’re interested to find out. Continue reading “Mastering Boundaries”
Watch this short clip explaining why emotional abuse can be far worse than physical abuse. Continue reading The Power of Emotional Abuse
I often wonder what everyone’s story is about. I wonder how many people I meet daily battle depression or anxiety. Continue reading Everyone has a story.
A short 90 second read on spreading kindness. Continue reading 90 Seconds to Save a Life
Originally posted on the Search for Balance:
This post is aimed at helping you through struggles. Not of the external variety such as financial stress or interpersonal problems, but targeting those struggles that reside within our own minds. This is about the way that we see and interpret the events that are happening around us. The manifestations of these struggles may be as mild as… Continue reading The Search for the Positive
Depression feels like pudding…a poem on how i feel tonight… Continue reading Depression feels like Pudding
I should have listened to my stomach… I had a bit of a stomach ache tonight, but I still insisted on having this sweet and delicious root beer float after dinner. That rich vanilla taste melting together with the root beer is purely bliss. How could I resist? Sip after sip, spoonful after spoonful I fell into the temptation of this delicious treat until the … Continue reading When to say no to Ice Cream Floats and a Lesson in Listening to your Pain.