All I know are tiny heart-shaped dreams, pastel and chalky and melting on my tongue before I can forget how they taste, before I can remember what they say.
In this fast paced world, we are often put under a lot of stress to always do our best and constantly produce the best results. Whether that means making a lot of money, keeping perfect grades, impressing your boss, or keeping up with your toddlers, this can seem like a monumental task. In a world that asks so much of us, we are bound to get burned out and worn down. The ingredient often left out of the recipe to success is self-care. No one can be Superman 24/7, 365 days a year, but there are some steps that you can take to maintain your focus and boost your mental health. While self-care will look very different for everyone, here are some tips to get you started.
So I decided to go and work on a German horse farm in December. I had several reasons for doing so — not least of which was the desire to remove myself very thoroughly from all possibility of having to get involved with Christmas that year. I justified the decision very well, I thought. My reasoning was excellent and my resolve was rock solid. Not a single furrowed brow from any of my friends or acquaintances could sway me. I swept all potential obstacles aside and was so determined to escape Christmas that even a strength-sapping cough at the tail end of a two-week cold bug wasn't enough to stop me from embarking on my incredibly well-planned adventure.
Mike Study, of Mooresville, Alabama, and Mind Unleashed subscriber, released his results of a two-second observation he made on Facebook today. He claimed that only the most intelligent share the same article - this one. This article that you are reading right now. Yes... This.
By now, everyone in the world knows what a rainbow flag means. It means that you are part of the LGBTQIA+ community, and it means that you stand against homophobia, transphobia, and close-minded hatred. It's a beautiful flag, but the truth is that most people don't realize that it's just one of many.
"It's alright, it's alright, it's alright.