Sunk-cost fallacy is the phenomenon whereby someone may not want to give up something (or someone) because of how much they’ve invested into it, even when the better course of action would be to abandon it. But it’s okay to start over from scratch. You may find yourself coming out the other side realizing how much better off you are.
I’ve been feeling terribly frustrated lately, and I wasn’t able to verbalize my frustration until I read something about how imposter syndrome affects our relationships. I’m not even sure where I read this. (Honestly, probably Instagram at 3 am while falling asleep.) Imposter syndrome refers to the phenomenon of self-doubt and anxiety that stems from… Continue reading Imposter Syndrome
I quit my “dream job”. It felt so discouraging to let go of something I had wanted so badly. Now, I don’t regret it one bit.
I hope you enjoy lots of good food and wonderful company this holiday season! I’m a little homesick, but it’s okay. 🙂 As cliche as it is, I really want to spend some time reflecting on the many things I have to be thankful for.
I turned 26 years old last week. Yes, it’s still strange to me. But what an opportune time to share 26 lessons I’ve learned in 26 years. 🙂
I feel pooped. Anxiety might be a mental disorder, but I can’t deny the effects it has on my physical health.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Week, I thought it only appropriate to talk more about my own mental health. Not-so-fun fact: I struggle with anxiety.
“Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.”
― Nelson Mandela
It’s not all sunshine and rainbows, but we’re trying. Here’s my advice for building a healthy, loving relationship.
Let’s get real for a second. I struggle with anxiety. You’re probably thinking, “That’s not a big deal. Everyone gets anxiety, right?”