Tag: self care

Life Lessons With Jazzy: You Cant Change The Past

Wouldn’t it be great to have a remote that allows you to travel back in time? Any mistake that was made in the past could be erased within just one click of a button! That embarrassing thing that happened will literally be erased from the past and no one will remember it. “Why did I say that..?” “Why did I…

Declutter Your Mind: Ease Your Anxiety With A Clean Space

Clutter and disorganization are one of the triggers for anxiety which is why it is important to keep your space neat. Not only is it an eyesore to walk in to clutter but it can also elevate your stress levels as well. When your stress levels are high, it can definitely make your anxiety worse! This is why it is…

The Motivation You Need To Reach Your New Years Resolution

With New Years right around the corner, a majority of us have a list of goals that we are trying to reach for the new year. Whether it is weight loss, a change in attitude, or even a career change, we all have something that we are trying to achieve. Goals are not always easy to meet which is why…

Life Lessons With Jazzy: Nothing In Life Is Handed To You

Imagine yourself living lavishly in the house of your dreams, an enormous amount of wealth and the ability to buy anything that you want. You got all of this without ever having to work a day in your life and you are just living it up! How you ask? Well in this fantasy world money literally grows on trees so…

5 Ways To Boost Your Confidence!

In order to best your best self, one of the things that you need to work on if you don’t have it already is boosting your confidence. Self-confidence is something that is self taught and can only be learned though personal development, patience, and self motivation. If this is something that you are struggling with on a daily basis, don’t…

Guest Post: Invisible Illness Awareness By Alexa Randolph

Author Bio: Alexa Randolph Published Author, With Love, EllaDaniel, Ever AfterWith Love Alexa PodcastBe Forever Strong blog248-881-4844www.alexarandolph.com Invisible Illness Awareness     Every day that we walk down the street, or go to work we are probably passing someone who is suffering from anxiety, depression, or even chronic pain.  We may be at a restaurant, the movies, the mall and have a…

Guest Post: How To Deal With Anxiety and Depression Over Christmas

How To Deal With Anxiety and Depression Over Christmas  The holidays are far from easy when you have a mental illness. There is so much pressure to be happy and joyful when you can’t feel those emotions no matter how hard you try.  Also, Christmas can be such a stressful time of year. You want to be able to buy…

Life Lessons With Jazzy: Friends Come And Go

As you get older, you’ll start to come to the realization that people frequently come and go in your life. Communication can stop for many reasons to include: Life Family Busy Schedule Moving Having A Falling Out While you may feel some pain and resentment towards your friend, please don’t take it personally! As the saying goes “the phone works…

Social Anxiety: Don’t Allow It To Control Your Life

Social anxiety is a lot more than just being shy. You may experience symptoms such as: Feelings of intense fear and nervousness around people or large crowds Negative thoughts That awful feeling of people watching and judging you Panic Attacks Elevated heart rate Shaking Slow thought process causing you to stumble over your words Avoiding eye contact when speaking with…

Life Lessons With Jazzy: Letting Go Of The Negativity

Today’s topic in the “Life Lessons With Jazzy” series will be about letting go of the negativity in your life. I know at times this can be quite difficult to do, but sometimes it is ABSOLUTELY necessary. If someone is toxic to you whether it is a friend, colleague, significant other or even a family member, there is no need…