Month: August 2018

Liebster Award 2018

No, I’m not making things up this is an actual award, given by bloggers entirely over the internet to another blogger. The word Liebster itself gives much of the award it’s value, as it’s German translation is ‘beloved’. So when I was nominated for such an award where fellow bloggers feel my work is deserving

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Creating Yourself

Recently, I’ve been asked a lot about finding yourself in early recovery. Who am I without this addiction? What do I enjoy? How do I honestly feel? Before you know it you are lost in your own identity crisis, on shaky ground at best. It’s easy to understand that you feel these things, and they

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Chase Your Fears, Don’t Let Them Chase You

Thrill seekers and adrenaline-junkies may be onto something when it comes to chasing and tackling your fears. Obviously, I’m not going to advocate that you become a stuntman/woman. I’m not telling you to start living life on the edge and jump out of the next plane you are on, barrel ride over the Niagra or

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Believing Becomes Achieving

I know that I have touched on positive affirmations and how to form them in one of my earlier blogs, Recalibrate Your Compass but I feel like I might have underplayed the important role they can play in everyday life. -It is especially crucial for people who are in a relapse cycle, new recovery journey

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