For the past few months, my life has taken a crazy turn and it has been a joy to experience it. As I mentioned on a previous post, I’ve been going through a hard time and my mental health was in a down-spiral. Therapy has really helped in finding better ways to deal with my anxiety and other struggles, but I think the greatest resource I’ve had to get better is changing my perspective, and gaining motivation.

Eating better and exercising frequently has contributed tremendously and I’m so happy that I stuck with it and didn’t give up, like I usually did. I really can’t say it enough, this new phase has given me a great desire to lead my life in the healthiest way possible, both physically and emotionally.

I still have my bad moments, deep struggles usually take a long time to be resolved, but I’m confident I’ll get there. For now, I’m just grateful that it’s getting better (and easier) every day. The greatest thing of all, I have people who support me and keep encouraging me, which makes me really, really happy.

  1. I’m so happy that your journey gets easier each day. Always think that it could’ve been worst, and that you are in the right path. Keep on going and remember that you can count on me always for anything OK. Te quiero mucho! Dios te bendiga! :)

  2. I am glad that you are doing better! I know if I could get enough motivation to get out and walk on our walking trail in the evenings it would do me a world of good.It has been hard though with the heat and where I tore my ankle up! Hopefully soon when the weather cools down a bit more! Plus, it has really been rainy this year!

    I started taking st.johns wort and it mutes my mind enough where I can stand myself! :)

    —->> your sidebar seems to BE missing a badge LOL j/K :) <3 you!

    1. Thanks hun! And yeah, I haven’t forgotten about the BE badge, it’s on my to-do list. I want to work on a new theme first and then fix everything that’s out of place or missing on the site.

  3. Dear Nicole,
    It’s great that you’re figuring some issues out. exercise stimulate endorphins, one of a few innate brain stimulants. May you continue to find sources and reasons for joy.
    When between a rock and a hard place, don’t forget to reach out and touch someone. proud of you.

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