So, it’s been almost a month since I blogged last. I really thought it had only been a week or so, but the last month of summer really flew by faster than I could have imagined! I try to blog about once per week, but when I miss that for whatever reason, I usually post a “life update” to catch you all up on what’s been going on! Continue reading “Life Update: September 8, 2018 – getting treatment, and getting a dog”
This past week(ish) has been the week of appointments. In total, I had four. FOUR medical appointments in less than a week. I had a blood work (AH!), a (very long, very extensive) ultrasound of my entire abdomen, my first appointment at an anxiety clinic (more on that later), and a follow up with my doctor. What a week it has been. Continue reading “Blood Work and Ultrasounds and Therapy, Oh My!”
I have written quite a few posts about losing/gaining/reclaiming/figuring out my independence. This is not a new trend for me – the first post I wrote about this was back in April of 2014! After reading that post, I realized something pretty crappy. I have regressed. A lot. Continue reading “How Can I be More Independent? Taking One Step Forward.”
In a recent blog post, I word vomited my way through a lot of things I have been feeling lately. One of those things was the decision to get a second dog – a German Shorthaired Pointer, the breed of dog I have wanted for the last 13 years. Yes, years. Because I spent much of my childhood and early teenage years researching dog breeds. Like a weirdo.
Continue reading “It’s Happening! We’re Getting a Puppy!”
It seems my brother and I have similar humour (which is not a surprise because…we definitely do have…exactly the same sense of humour) except he is much better at drawing than I am.
Check out his comic(s) and give his new comic account a follow on Instagram!
I haven’t blogged in over two weeks – and I know, I promised one post per week. I had been doing pretty well since March! But every time I opened up a new window to write a new post, I was stuck. Especially after my last post – which got a lot of positive response. Continue reading “Pathetic Fallacy”
I feel like this post is going to address a lot of things. Partially my fear of judgment, as I recently blogged about. Partially my experiences as a 26-year-old married woman. Partially about my anxiety. And partially about my future dog. Continue reading “It’s a Girl! …And It’s Also a Dog”
Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve done some home renovation updates, but now that all the renovations are almost 100% done, I thought I should definitely write a post about it. Here we go! Continue reading “Home Renovations: Two Broke Millennials Edition (Part 3)”
I always thought of myself as someone who ‘didn’t care what people think’ (yes, yes, cliché, I know). In reality, everyone cares what people think in one way or another. But because I don’t really care what people think of my clothes or my crazy, tangled bed-head, and I don’t care when I leave the house without make-up, or when servers still literally offer me a child’s menu on a regular basis on restaurants, I thought I was ‘immune’ to caring. Continue reading “Let’s Talk About: People-Pleasing Anxiety”
No, I did not misspell “bad.” I really do mean good. Yes. What to do when things are good. Because as someone who has suffered from severe anxiety my entire life, I feel like I actually know how to react better when things are bad. Continue reading “What To Do When Things Are Good”