Minimalism has done wonders for my anxiety. I’m truly happier and more content than I have ever been and it feels so damn good to say that because it’s been a very long road. I have removed both physical and mental clutter from my life, resulting in a calm that I have desperately craved — for as long as I can remember! I’m not sure exactly how this happened but I welcome it with open arms. It’s almost become a coping mechanism for me.
Glasses are hella expensive. Even with insurance they can break the bank so if you lose or break them before you’re up for a renewal then be prepared to drop some cash.
I’m really excited to share these pictures and numbers with you… but I’m also scared to death. It’s like saying it out loud and sharing it like this is in some way an admission of guilt when really I should look at it like a triumph. A win.
When it comes to quitting smoking, there’s a plethora of information available about the benefits and tips to help you succeed. We hear about the normal side effects and challenges of kicking a nicotine addiction like being a bit irritated or how we just need to keep our hands busy. I’m telling you right now, though, there are some weird side effects of quitting smoking that I was not prepped for.