What is a “word of the year”? I think of it as a type of resolution – a resolution without borders or expectations. A simple word to be used as a personal mantra to help guide you through the year.
Over time, my gratitude list can feel monotonous, like a habit; I’m always thankful for my husband, my family, my job, and my health. In order to break this habit and redirect my gratitude, I use a gratitude journal to reflect on the overlooked aspects of my life.
Summertime can be as triggering as the holidays. With pool and graduation parties, BBQs and long evenings; our little inner voice, begging us to drink, may become a bit louder. So I’ve polled some fellow sober gals, scoured the internet, taken part in many tastings (yum!) and compiled a list of these nine delightful non-alcoholic summer drinks. The first …
After years of reminding myself that no one believes the drunk girl, I’m letting go. I have learned that it doesn’t matter if they believe me.