Some of What Keeps Me Sane…

I don’t recall to what extent I’ve discussed my journaling on the blog, but I would love to discuss it now. It is one of the main things that I do for myself everyday that keeps me sane. It is also something that can be a red flag if I start doing it too much. I am pretty private about it, so I have to mostly monitor it on my own, but I have been known to journal for 12+… Read More

The Beginning Of My Fitness Journey…

I’ll be honest with you here.. I didn’t anticipate that I would be the person submitting content for this section of the blog, but I knew that it was something that I wanted to include in our content. I have been reaching out to fitness buffs within my network in hopes of finding someone who would be willing to lend their expertise about fitness strategies, but as of yet, I have been unsuccessful (ladies?? anyone??) In the meantime, while the… Read More

10 Signs That You’re Depressed

When I speak to people about mental health, it is usually with friends and family members of people who may be experiencing depression or other form of mental illness. For that reason, I thought that I would write an article that illustrates some of the signs that a loved one may be experiencing depression. Of course, signs aren’t limited to those listed here, so you must always be careful that you aren’t jumping the gun when it comes to judgement… Read More

The Freelance Fight For Equal Pay

The “gig economy” is taking over—and the wage gap is coming along for the ride. According to Fast Company, as of October 2017 the average annual revenue for women was $15,400, or 24 percent less than men. And women freelancers are faring even worse: they make 32 percent less than their male self-employed counterparts. Our understanding of the wage gap has, by and large, been structured to office environments and other forms of organized employment. We know that women make less… Read More