Do you ever feel broken? Does it seem like your illness has left you shattered? Read how the art of Kintsugi can inspire you to heal your broken pieces. | #bipolar #chronicillness #livingwithillness #SpeakingBipolar Continue reading Monday Motivation: Inspiration To Heal Your Broken Pieces
Having a chronic or mental illness doesn’t have to keep you down. Make the decision to keep trying, maintain hope, and cherish the good days. Read this post for more motivation. | #MondayMotivation #Inspiration #SpeakingBipolar #MentalIllness Continue reading Monday Motivation: Decide To Keep Trying
Have you heard about the blind mountain climber? No, that’s not the opening line of a joke. Instead, it’s a story about how to overcome obstacles. Can you imagine climbing a mountain if you were blind? Where would you even begin on your journey? That’s precisely what Erik Weihenmayer did. He is one of only 150 climbers to conquer the Seven Summits, which includes Mount … Continue reading Monday Motivation: How To Turn Your Obstacles Into Stepping Stones
The world is full of limiting beliefs, but in the end, you can control the person you become? Who do you want to be? How are you going to get there? Read for encouragement. Continue reading Monday Motivation: Who Do You Want To Be?
Quote of the Week “The faintest ink is more powerful than the strongest memory” – Chinese proverb The above proverb is frequently reworded to, “Better a dull pencil than a sharp mind.” Note taking is a bit of an obsession of mine. Between sticky notes and notebooks, I am always taking notes for future use. I’m obsessed right now with a reusable smart notebook that can be backed … Continue reading Monday Motivation: Why You Should Take Notes