If I had to admit to one regret in my life, it would be allowing myself to suffer for so long. That said, I wouldn’t change a thing. Had you
Last week a friend forwarded a blog to me. It was written by another military spouse and was about coping with reintegration after her husband’s deployment. God, it was awful.
This blog probably won’t make sense to a lot of people. If it does, you’re probably my homie. Seemingly incoherent, disconnected ideas in a rambling format can be uncomfortable. Sometimes
Self awareness is key. A few months ago I was at the doctor for my foot. When I go to the doctor my anxiety spikes and I turn into one
I’ve been messing around with artistic effects on Prisma. I think some of them came out pretty cool. I had this idea to create benign looking greeting cards and have
*photo are large. Please give them a moment to load! I’ve been meaning to write this blog for over a month, so my apologies. Life has been busy! In late
I came into this trip telling myself I was okay. I need to get out and do it, then I won’t be afraid anymore. I said it over and over