What do I know to be true? These are the words that I find myself often repeating nowadays. It is a way for me to be sure I am connecting to truth rather than solely to my emotional center. Y
Hi, my name is Heather, and I love Country music. I've loved it since I first heard @leannrimes Blue at the Alaska State Fair when I was a little girl. I was convinced I'd be the next country star and desperately wanted to perform on Star Search (who remembers that show?!) Well, turns out I … Continue reading Love Your Weird
Well, lately as I have been revisiting my purpose here in the world, ya know, light thinking... I have been pondering the internal and external story that I have been telling myself for the past 30 years. Who am I? Who am I telling myself that I am? And who do I present to the outside world? Is that really me? Is that who I want to be?
I am still learning. Growing. Expanding. It's a lifetime of work that we have in front of us. And what a beautiful opportunity to create our lives and find out new things about ourselves along the way.
Here is the thing, I have anxiety. It is something I speak about regularly and as the movement to end the stigma surrounding mental health continues, I find it even more important to share my journey, struggles, and successes. We all need to know that there are others facing similar challenges. It is too easy to get caught … Continue reading Follow your feelings. Find your truth.
I was coming back from a trip a few weeks ago, it was like any other...I was happily situated in my window seat so that I am not disturbed. I have my blanket, headphones, lumbar support, neck pillow, water, snacks, phone charger and laptop... oh and a book. In case I get bored. Did I … Continue reading Millennial Mindset Part 3: The Art of Self-ish
What do nearly all millennial’s have in common? Debt. In 2015, CNN Money reported, “Four in 10 millennial’s say they are "overwhelmed" by their debt -- nearly double the number of baby boomers who feel that way, according to a Wells Fargo survey of more than 1,600 millennial’s between 22 and 33 years old, and … Continue reading Millennial Mindset: Part 2 – Woe is Debt
Let me start by getting one thing out in the open: I live with depression. I have for the majority of my life. I didn’t know what was ‘wrong’ with me and I thought for a long time that was how everyone experienced life. It’s a bit startling to read that One in five young … Continue reading Millennial Mindset: Part 1 – Get Real
Life.. it is fleeting and sometimes it can seem like we are removed from our own life experience. Do you ever feel as though you are hovering right outside or above yourself? Watching from a different view point? Unable to communicate all that you see but feeling the depth and magnitude of each decision that you have made?