I've been thinking about this a lot, lately: I'm a Highly Sensitive Person, and it's both great and terrible. For instance, getting engaged is awesome. It's also brought up a lot of feelings that I didn't know I had, and that's been rough. Add to that the fact that the dude has been traveling for … Continue reading The difficulties and joys of being a Highly Sensitive Person
Well, guys, I officially live in Brooklyn now and it. is. the. best. Seriously, let me just break this down for you. Our new place is a big step up in terms of niceness: the fixtures are gorgeous, there's way more closet space, the design is really open, there's a washer/dryer in the apartment, we're up … Continue reading To ruminate or not to ruminate; that is the question
Well friends, my streak of no panic attacks is officially over. I've had 2 in 24-hours and it. has. sucked. Let me explain. No, there is too much. Here's what's happening in my life right now: still wedding planning (August!), we're moving (in two weeks!), I'm having some feelings about my family (always), and the … Continue reading Panic! On my kitchen floor
So... The dude and I got engaged! I know. It's very exciting. And if you're wondering, we don't have a date yet. We were celebrating my birthday last month: I came home to a house with all of the chores done, he made me burgers(yum), and we watched some of the Great British Bake Off. … Continue reading Well, that was unexpected
Anxiety has been whirring in the background since I went back to school, and it's been especially tough since the dad passed away. It's the normal stuff: I can fall asleep but can't really stay asleep past 2am, headaches, tight chest when I wake up, the works. Usually by the time I'm done getting ready … Continue reading Sometimes it just is what it is; or, Lenny’s back!
Hi friends. I’m sorry I haven’t been writing much lately. I was working on a few posts and trying to decide which one I wanted to put up next, and then all hell broke loose. There are a bunch of really not great things happening, but what really turned things upside down is the loss … Continue reading The intersection of grief and anxiety
A couple of years back, I made my own weighted blanket to help with anxiety and the poor sleep that can accompany it. I love it; I love the fabric I picked, it was a fun project with lots of "help" from the dog, and it always helps me stay asleep when I'm having a … Continue reading Weighted Blankets, pt. 2