I am who I am because of my cracks, and yet I am moving on from a simple “well, I learned” response to my past.
The past teaches us important lessons about where we do and do not want to go, but we also need to let go.
I wrote this article back when I was on leave from school. Though my situation has changed, the core message is the same: I am enough. Even if I can do nothing, I am enough.
I believe in not just giving things up, but replacing them as you go along. I’ve discerned more about what does and does not work for me.
Part 3: Mental health. The free or low-cost accommodations and products that help keep my mood up.
A lot of us have fitness-related goals for the new year. Here’s how to get started, keeping chronic health conditions in mind if you have them.
It’s not about the size, shape, or components of your famil(ies). It’s not the structure of the family, but the functioning and strength of its bonds.