What a Year and a Half of Meditation Taught Me

It was literally just a google search. I remember sitting at the edge of my bed, frustrated and exhausted from the endless chatter in my head. So, I googled “How to not get overwhelmed by thoughts” (typing that sentence on … r

How I Stay Positive in the Face of Adversity

“Be the kind of energy, that no matter where you go, you always add positive vibes to the spaces and people around you.” I’m quite a positive person usually, but it’s easy to remain upbeat on days when everything is … r

Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

What are our major gripes? For most people, our greatest fears never see daylight. The cataclysms, the darkest outcomes that we imagine, those things that keep us up at night usually never end up actually happening. What does happen, daily, … r

5 Clear Cut Signs That It’s Time For New Friends

“If you’re the smartest person in your group, then you need a new group” ~ Les Brown Have you ever spent a weekend with friends only to leave with that deep empty feeling inside? Where you were once best of … r

3 Steps to Suppress Adrenaline and Stay Calm

Picture a shy guy. This guy does not like speaking out loud, especially if there are a lot of people around. So, if this guy were to speak before a large group of people he would probably feel really frightened, … r

How did implementing a regiment into my lifestyle work

Why You Should Implement A Regimen In Your Recovery

Can a regimen make or break your recovery? It doesn’t really matter what your recovering from, whether it be drugs and alcohol or sex and over eating. Even the common cold can be troublesome without some organizational structure or a … r