Happier every day
Thankful for our orange soda days.
As I continue to learn more about my self awareness as a mental health blogger I have realized that I have so much more self control over myself because of this blog and the impact that it has had on my life in so many unexpected ways. My Weight Watchers Connect feed is exploding and
WSU Cougars now focus on healing after death of quarterback Tyler Hilinski | The Seattle Times https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/wsu-cougar-football/cougars-trying-to-heal-after-death-of-quarterback-tyler-hilinski/ ———— Absolutely brilliant to see the words I represent so printed in the Seattle times article. I still am having a hard time getting over this. I think it’s because I remember how fragile I was at 21
The “hardest fall” was after the 2012 Olympics, said Phelps. “I didn’t want to be in the sport anymore … I didn’t want to be alive anymore.” What that “all-time low” looked like was Phelps sitting alone for “three to five days” in his bedroom, not eating, barely sleeping and “just not wanting to be
I thought she moved out but I was mistaken.
Bye Bitch. Be Gone Now.
Starve the son of a bitch!
I cannot say this enough! If you change the way you think, you will change the way you feel! What a day! What an amazing day for ME achieving my GOALS. Nothing is better than knowing that you’re working on your best version of yourself daily. This blog has allowed me to connect with
For the 2nd day in a row, I woke up with a smile on my face. This can’t be real. Surely I’m in a dream where I cannot wake up. Wait a sec! Why is my depression not zapping the morning smile? Something is wrong. This is not REAL. I look at my previous life
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Daily Prompt: Allergic via The Daily Post NOTE: Ok, so this is my first attempt at using a one-word prompt, which means I’m writing this spontaneously (but with much editing and proofreading because I’m like that), as in today, rather than weeks ahead of time, with tons of revisions, editing,…