Comfort Comes First

Comfort Comes First

When it comes to mental health, if we have depression, anxiety, bipolar, or anything, it can dwell on us. Some days, we may not be able to get out of bed or find enjoyment throughout the day. I know I've been there many of times. Whether you're unemployed, working, or go to school, here are some of my tips on what you can do to help you slowly get out of the mental funk.

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101 Reasons to Blog

101 Reasons to Blog

As we enter in Blogmas Day Six, I wanted to talk about something important about me: why do I blog? Many people blog for different reasons, but for me, in the simplest terms: to inspire. In today's blog, you'll be reading about the how and why I got into blogging and why I continue blogging. Who knows, maybe it'll inspire you to become a blogger too!

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Virtual Comfort

Virtual Comfort

Some people may turn to video games to kill boredom, entertainment, or many other reasons. For me, there's one specific video game I turn to that has helped me with my mental health: Animal Crossing. Nintendo recently releases Animal Crossing Pocket Camp for IOS and Android, and by playing it these past few weeks, it has made me think about how much this franchise has helped me when it comes to my mental health as well as help me grow.

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The Wings of Hope

The Wings of Hope

Hope: the concept that we hold on to know that something good will come out of the pain. The Princess, my character that I have, is formed from the thought of hope. Some people may find hope ridiculous, especially with what has happened in our world and the pain people go through from country to country, but hope isn't an escape; it's a belief. We believe in hope because we believe that although we are struggling and in fear, we have hope that there's a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit

Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit

"Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit". What's so magical about that line? It's something I've said the first of every month the moment I wake up. Now, I'm not sure if it actually works, but knowing I say something that can give me a feeling my month will go well, well, it doesn't hurt to try. Today, I talk about superstitions, the possibility of partaking in Blogmas, and a horrible sinus infection I have.

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