5 Habits That Help Build Self-Discipline

Having self-discipline can be pretty tough sometimes, whether you're trying to get in shape, lose weight, achieve specific goals, or work at home. For 20 years, I was a work-at-home medical transcriptionist and to work at home, self-discipline is an absolute must. There were some things I needed to put into practice to be successful. Communicate clear … Continue reading 5 Habits That Help Build Self-Discipline

10 Questions to Ask About Your Relationships

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When you’re in a romantic relationship, it’s always good to check the health of it, just like you get a checkup for your physical health. I’ve compiled a simple list of 10 questions to ask yourself that will help you determine if you’re in a relationship that’s not in your best interest. When you read … Continue reading 10 Questions to Ask About Your Relationships

5 Reasons Women Stay in Unhealthy Relationships

A classic question from people when they realize you are or were in an abusive relationship is “Why did you stay?” It’s an incredibly complex question and the answers are probably different, depending on who you ask. Here are five reasons to consider: They don’t know how to leave: It sounds almost silly, doesn’t it? They … Continue reading 5 Reasons Women Stay in Unhealthy Relationships

Behind the Eyes of Chronic Illness

Have you heard the phrase “But you look good!”? It’s often directed towards someone with an invisible illness. And the person who says it is well-meaning. All they’re telling us is “I’m sorry you’re sick, but at least you don’t look bad!” But it doesn’t really feel good when those words are directed at you … Continue reading Behind the Eyes of Chronic Illness