My Real Life Jim Halpert

I've started to write more about my anxiety, which has introduced a lot more feedback from readers, which I love and appreciate. Recently, my friend Alex asked me the perfect question. How do you handle having that level of anxiety and continue to do all the things you have to do in everyday life? I gave him... Continue Reading →

It’s Not You, It’s My Anxiety

I've been going back and forth on writing this post for a while now. I'm one of those people who isn't a fan of being vulnerable or showing signs of weakness. After the month I've been through, and the battle I'm still fighting, I think I've come to realize my anxiety is more of a sign... Continue Reading →

January’s the Worst

Welcome to January 287th. If this month is a precursor to the rest of the year I'm enthusiastically waving my white flag. I swear this month has been as long as all of 2017. We should have known when the month started on a Monday, it wasn't going to be pretty. It's cold, and not... Continue Reading →

Anxiously Accomplished

It's hard to describe the feeling that comes over you when something you have worried and stressed over for so long, just disappears. I have been on pins and needles for 903 days. Never knowing if Stella would stay with me forever or not. Don't get me wrong, her case looked good, I knew she... Continue Reading →

Prime Mom

I'm from a small town. A very small town. The main place to congregate while I was in high school was the parking lot of the local Piggly WIggly. That was mostly because it was the only store in town. The next town over had a Walmart. No one actually LIKES to go to Walmart.... Continue Reading →

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