Month: May 2018

FOMO? No mo’!

Well, readers, it’s Memorial Day weekend, so now is just as good as any to address the elephant in your recovery room; celebrations. Also how i overcame my FOMO – “…we talked about a lot on these drives…this day, in particular, might have saved my life…”, and how to take your power back! -catch ya on the #soberside

GET OUT!

Seriously, go outside! You might be surprised at all the things you find when you look around you, but sometimes it gets easy to overlook the littlest, sweetest things in life. Don’t worry, you don’t have to be any type of person to do or enjoy this. One of the biggest obstacles I have come

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Who Says The Grass Is Always Greener…?

Growing up 20 miles south of the Grand Canyon was different, to say the least, but it taught me a lot about being grateful. Take for instance that it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, with more than 7 million people visiting annually. The beauty of this natural wonder is

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Don’t Wait For Rock Bottom

Recently I was asked a seriously thought-provoking question by a very close friend of mine. I’ve debated on the answer internally and tossed it around as a blog idea for weeks now. While I am sure there are valid points to each argument; I offer a slightly different middle ground of a solution. So the

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Recalibrate Your Compass

   Do you ever feel like you have lost yourself in this world of expectations and past disappointments? Some days it can be a struggle, feeling like a stray balloon wafting from breeze to breeze in the atmosphere. At this point, you are just hoping not to get sucked into the motor of a passing

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