Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Self-Care, SkillShare

SkillShare Course 2: Four Easy Steps to Managing your Workload and Significantly Reducing Stress

In August I worked diligently and tirelessly on my second skillshare class!

This class is all about reducing stress and managing your work.

Work with me as we schedule our days, pace ourselves, organize, and feel confident and proud of getting our lives back from stress!

In this class we will learn:

  • Four steps to managing work while learning stress reduction techniques for better work habits.
  • How to manage time effectively by filling out the Organization Planner Template
  • How to gain motivation, plan, and organize around our busy schedules to insure that we are ready to get things done!
  • How to manage time, feel confident, and develop a positive attitude toward our progress and success.

Let’s get to it!

*Class comes with organization planner template, a step by step tutorial of how to use the template, four steps to managing your work, and one on one time to plan and organize!*
Link is in blog post!

Link: Four Easy Steps to Managing your Workload and Significantly Reducing Stress

**sign up to primium with link and get a whole 2 months free!**

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Potential and Worth, Power, Self-Talk, the mighty

#MightyThoughts: I am Beyond Worthy

You are beyond worthy of life and of happiness! Sometimes it’s difficult to see it or believe you are.

I’m beyond worthy because despite all I face I keep going. I fight using my writings and through my creations. I’m able to feel peace through what I make. I feel proud of my progress and believe in my healing journey. I will keep going and I will keep fighting.

Why are you beyond worthy?

Credit and Inspiration
**Inspired by a prompt from @themightysite #mightythoughts and @jacquelinewhitney_ (instagram handles).**

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Potential and Worth, Quotes, Self-Care

Let Go of That Grudge

Often times we keep memories to ourselves. We reminisce and find that we are still hurting from past disappointments, rejections, and pains. As we hold on to these grudges daily, we notice how they affect how we treat every situation we encounter. We get stuck because we constantly live our pains over and over again.

It’s time that we let go of those pains. It’s time we put ourselves and our peace first. It’s time we forgive whatever is that is holding us hostage because we’re at the point that it’s changing our behavior. We must learn, make better decisions, and become better.

It’s time that we put one foot in front of the other and progress. We deserve to feel peace for once. Let yourself rest

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Mental Health, Power, Reflection, Self-Care, Self-Talk, the mighty

#MightyThoughts: The Intensity of Depression

Not everyday will be easy, and not every moment will be peaceful, but what matters is the fight you put for yourself to continue on in spite of the struggle. Although life may put you in quicksand, remember to be still and let those sorrows pass you. You will then realize you were never sinking. Find peace of mind when you’re alone in a shaky place. Relax your chaos, then rest. You won the battle.

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Late Night Talks With Nina, Potential and Worth, Power, Self-Care, Self-Talk

Late Night Talk With Nina: We are Our Own Limit

We become discouraged when we’re faced with big obstacles as we venture into our passions. We feel that we can’t do it or we’re not good enough, but I’m here to tell you that you can. Whatever goal you set for yourself work at it, push yourself, learn, challenge your mind and your abilities. Create something beautiful. Become that awesome writer, that awesome musician, that awesome tech person, that lawyer, doctor, influncer, comedian. Become your own brand. Push past that feeling of worthlessness because you are able. We are able.

YouTube link: We are Our Own Limit

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration

The Mighty Story: How Anxiety and Depression Run Me Into Exhaustion

Link: How Anxiety and Depression Run Me into Exhaustion

Preview:

“Even though my anxiety and depression aren’t dampening my resilience and stopping me 100 percent from continuing on trying to find myself, negative self-talk from both ends is making it difficult to push through the bad moments.

I’m exhausted and I want to give up, but I know, despite what depression and anxiety tell me daily, that I can do what I’m good at.”

Posted in Keep Moving: Motivation and Inspiration, Potential and Worth, Power, Quotes, Self-Care, Self-Talk

Peel Off Your Hurt Face

Pull back the face of defeat and see who you are under it. Peel the faces you let cover your potential and your power. Behind the cloud of defeat is the rainbow of recovery and success.

Allow yourself the chance to see what you are capable of. You are capable of more than you give yourself credit for.

Become more of yourself in your growth and see how much greatness can come if you simply think that you can.

Posted in Confessions, Mental Health, Notes, Reflection

SWT 100 Notes Note 29: Exhaustion

You ever been so tired your bones hurt?

You ever been so tired your eyes were heavy and your head nodded to the side?

You ever felt so tired that you could feel real tears forming in your eyes because all you wanted was to be able to sleep?

My worst fear in life is to feel this type of exhaustion again. To feel so much in a daze about reality that I wanted a break from being awake. I’ve become this exhausted more than one time, and I’m so afraid of feeling like this again. I’m afraid of the headaches, the irritation, the hunger, the dissociation, the lack of energy, and the anxiety that comes with it.

While my sleeping patterns will probably never get to where they need to be, I can always count on being able to sleep through the mornings while I gather myself to live through the next day.

College and food service jobs exhausted me so much I just want to be in bed. I want to recover and be able to sleep as much as I need to. I guess that’s why I’m afraid of getting another job.

I don’t want to feel this type of exhaustion again.