Life is too Short to Say No
Two years ago I had just finished my first trip out of the country alone. This was a big deal for me because I didn’t go away to college due to my severe anxiety. I never thought I would travel alone, especially somewhere far away that I had never been before. Additionally, it was a big investment financially and I was taking a week away from my businesses and family. Yet, the trip was one of the most powerful experiences in my life for so many reasons. In Costa Rica I met up
I Understand Your Suffering
I’ve been talking to many women lately of all ages who are feeling anxious about various things in their lives. Some have constant anxiety, even over minor things. Some have anxiety in the form of panic attacks. Some have anxiety that is so debilitating that it affects their motivation. Most of them have no idea how to cope with the feelings that come along with anxiety. I have struggled with anxiety ever since I can remember. Even as a one year old, my anxiety was noticed by
5 Tips for Coping with Anxiety in the Moment
It is quite common to feel anxious at various points throughout the day or during specific events. Whether you are overwhelmed at home or about to do a work presentation, anxiety may manifest with certain signs. You may feel physical symptoms like a fast heartrate, sweaty palms, shallow breathing, tense muscles or shakiness. Or you may feel it more emotionally with a million thoughts racing through your head. Either way, anxiety is never a fun feeling to experience, not to me
Are you too impatient?
I have always been pretty impatient. Sometimes this is good and sometimes it’s not… For example, I am currently waiting for the gas company to come change out our gas meter. He will be here between 12-4. How is that even allowed? But I guess it’s giving me time to write this! Do you feel you are an impatient person? I thought I would ask this question on Facebook and I was blown away by the immediate overflow of comments. My friend Heather (who I view as a super-patient mom)