Mental Health · Monthly Reflection

March 2019 {monthly mental health reflection}

I grew up hearing that March’s weather is always different in the beginning than it is at the month’s end. “In like a lion, out like a lamb,” they say. The beginning of March was cold and snowy. And my schedule felt just as hectic as the weather outside. I felt both focused and scattered. I worked hard… Continue reading March 2019 {monthly mental health reflection}

Mental Health · Monthly Reflection

December 2018 {monthly reflection}

December is always such a busy month. It rolls in quickly and before we know it, the anticipation of Christmas is over and we’re back to normal everyday life. Everyone seems to busy during December. People seem extra antsy and it often makes me think of how overworked everyone is. Thankfully many people receive a holiday… Continue reading December 2018 {monthly reflection}

Mental Health · Monthly Reflection

November 2018 {monthly reflection}

November is my month of birth, so naturally, there are parts of it I love. But it’s also usually a very long, cold month, so naturally, I don’t love that part. But this month was different and I embraced all that it brought my way. I am pleased to mention that this month’s reflection marks… Continue reading November 2018 {monthly reflection}

Mental Health · Monthly Reflection

September 2018 {monthly reflection}

September drifted by like a lazy afternoon. It started warm and slow. The sunlight embraced me, nurtured me, soothed me, and I danced amongst the wildflowers. I found myself smiling for no reason at all. But the glow of the amber light slowly transformed into a cool, crisp moonlit evening. September was just like that,… Continue reading September 2018 {monthly reflection}