Last weekend, I met a very interesting guy, a philosopher. We connected over a few beers in the pub, and when I walked him home, he offered me another drink at his place. There, we talked the night away. Or should I say, he talked the night away and I listened (mostly). Which I might... Continue Reading →
About a year ago I started this blog for a few reasons. After a long battle with depression, I finally was forced to face my demons during a year of intensive therapy. I rediscovered myself, my feelings, my creativity and how much fun life can be. At the end of my therapy, I decided to... Continue Reading →
Okay, it's time for me to be brutally honest on this blog! I am a depression survivor, but struggling to keep up the good work! Homebound More than a year ago, after battling chronic depression for years, I became housebound, on sick-leave from work. I was suffering full-blown panic attacks and depressive episodes. It was... Continue Reading →
I have learned to dance and now I try to dance during every kind of weather! Be it rain or sunshine, I dance and dance and dance! I hope I never, ever lose my dancing shoes again! Once you learn how to dance, you just do not want to stop anymore!
Tam wrote a beautiful post on her blog: "When dreams don't come true (and how to be ok with that)". I loved it! It's definitely worth to read!
Earlier this week, I was wondering how to find the time, energy and discipline to do it all! For this weekend, I have decided to focus on the things I love. Things I love, and am going to do this weekend! cook a home-made meal every evening (tomorrow: lemon-grass chili noodles and chicken) visiting the... Continue Reading →
...the super moms, the career women, the bloggers with an active life... How do they do it? Where do they find the time? The time to live a life! The time to clean their house! The time to play with their children! The time to work fulltime! The time to meet with friends! The time... Continue Reading →
The Erase the Stigma Wishing Pond. What a wonderful idea by Stacy's flutterings! A wishing pond where those who are suffering from the stigmas about living with a mental illness, can say a wish! Thanks Stacy for this awesome idea!
In my darkest hours, battling depression, I craved reading optimistic quotes on Facebook and Pinterest. It helped me to focus on positive thoughts and to realise that more people are fighting and winning the same kind of battles as I was. And even now that I have recovered from my depression, on though days I... Continue Reading →