It's easy to lose sight of how important self-care is during busy times. #365daysofselfcare is the perfect tag to encourage a little 'me' time every day.
Identifying writing, particularly poetry, as a key part of self care was an eye opener this week. This post includes Eat this Fruit and Blank Slate.
This summer, I'm taking on a project that challenges me to be brave. One reason is accepting that self-discovery is a key part of my mental health.
She Said is a poem of defiance, not shame. This is about strength and continuing to swim in a tide that you once believed could overwhelm you.
A poem - Forward, which could easily have been entitled A Letter to Depression -about moving forward with both pride and defiance.
When are dreams just dreams, when are they good ideas and when are they just indicators that you really need a better quality of rest?
After a few weeks of teaching about mental health, a subject close to my heart, I'm heartened to see how quickly compassion flourishes
Why assumptions about what we do or don't think we see can be very dangerous things...