If there’s one thing I’m proud of, it’s my ability to stay organized. I need a plan for everything: I plan out my day, my week, my month, my quarter-year, my half-year, and my full year. Over the summer of 2020, I would pull up a weekly spreadsheet and indicate how many hours I wouldContinue reading “5 Productivity Tips from an Obsessive Planner”
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TW: Eating Disorders and self-harm ideation I want to preface this piece first by saying that I am okay. I am on a path to healing, and while it may not be linear, I am working on fostering a healthier relationship with food and my body. Reflecting back, quarantine has severely impacted the way IContinue reading “1200”
Misconceptions About Mental health: Myths vs Facts
The mental health community has long been plagued with false and harmful labels simply due to a lack of awareness and empathy; uneducated “truths” about mental health that were commonly believed as recently as the twentieth century don’t hold up as well today, and likely contributed to the overwhelmingly negative stigma around mental illnesses. Unfortunately,Continue reading “Misconceptions About Mental health: Myths vs Facts”
Accept Your True Self
Credit: Vanessa Lee
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Credit: @taiyoutori “Please remember that the people on your screen aren’t just vague entities that exist to entertain you; these are real people with real feelings … please be kind to one another. It’s what the world needs most right now.”
Credit: Andrea Orozco We feel like our every move is being watched; we’re too scared to take risks mess up.
Credit: Andrea Orozco Our emotions are especially heightened during adolescence. But they can sometimes be overbearing and we need to learn to manage them.