Emo is Back
It's finally happened, I have finally reached the age my parents always talked about. The age where suddenly everything from your childhood/teenage years comes back and is the coolest thing ever. It's a werid feeling honestly, looking back thinking man I remember when that came out. If you grew up in the 90s/00s you know exactly what I am talking about. While I am not excited that low rise jeans are making a comeback, I am excited that emo music is coming back. One thing that has changed is these days its cool to be into emo music. When I was young you got made fun of if you were into anything other than what was cool. I guess I was just ahead of my time back in the early 00's.
Living with Health Anxiety
National Mental Health awareness was on Sunday October 10th, and I am of course posting this a few days late. I think that everyday should be mental health awareness day if we are being honest.I feel like it's very misunderstoond, and many feel guilty when they have a mental health disorder or bad mental health day. I am very happy that the world is begining to aknowledge mental health more, but I do feel like we have a long way to go.
Age is just a Number
As a society we've all growing up being told that by a certian age we need to have a career, family, be married etc or it's just never going to happen. When we are in highschool the world seems within our reach, like anything could happen. As life goes on, things change, and in a lot of ways we become jaded. I remember for me I had so many dreams, and I was always told they were too big and that I needed to be more realistic. So because I didn't love myself enough to believe in myself I became more realistic and here I am 12 years into my career and I am so miserable and bored. But everytime I think of leaving and going after my passions I get scared and have a lot of self doubt. Plus i think well I am 34 now, and how realistic is it that I can start over, and also have my dreams come true.
Dating in 2021
Ah dating, it's really never been fun in all honesty. Getting to know someone, the nerves, constantly wondering if someone really likes you. The list goes on. But back before dating apps took over the world at least you were able to meet people in person and get a feel for them. Now with dating apps I feel that it adds to the nervousness of dating. You never know if the person you are talking to is who they say they are, or hell if they are truly single or if they are cheating.
55 DAYS SOBER
Hello everyone :) My name is Kim, or as most people know me Kimmiekins. I am 34 years old, and I wanted to share with you my journey of going sober, and how its helped my anxiety and overall mental health. My hope is that by writing this I can help someone, and let them know that they are not alone.