When I tell you, I’m so excited to be making this post, I think excited is an understatement. Last school year, I really struggled with anxiety. I was super anxious, and really my mental health was not the best. At the beginning of 2018, I was not doing that great. I remember debating about going to therapy with one of my friends and I got to the point where I was like that’s really not for em. But after addressing how much I was crying (I would say like three+ times a week) and how I felt overall, I decided I needed to do something. So since therapy just wasn’t for me, I turned to yoga and meditation. I was determined to get closer to myself and to God.

I’ll say this, I’ve been doing yoga and meditating on a regular basis for years now. But what I did was incorporate it into my daily activities. Before I feel it was more of an “i’m already stress i need to release it”, to more of a preventive measure. Like I go to yoga and meditate to continue being in my space and as a process of releasing.

It was life changing, therefore it was uncomfortable. I have changed the way I viewed relationships, love and life in general. I think all of these changes have been positive. I realized how far I’ve come this summer, when I was working at a summer camp. I was discussing with one of my coworkers about anxiety and I thought- “I haven’t had an anxiety attack in months.” I was nervous to go back to school because my mental health and emotional well being were doing so much better, but I realized that I would just have to implement what I learned into my life at college.

This journey has been full of lessons, but the most important one I’ve learned is I have to put myself first. My second favorite lesson was that I need to be where my feet are. Within the last two days, I’ve had a couple of small anxiety attacks (which were not nearly as bad as they used to be). I decided I needed to go to bed earlier, do some yoga and eat a yummy dinner. I almost instantly felt better. I was so proud of myself and I truly feel I’m learning how to take care of myself.

It’s important to take care of yourself, constantly. Doing so will change your life. Trust me, I’ve done it. 

día 16

So I didn’t blog yesterday and honestly don’t know what ended up happened. But anyways, I’ll do two tips/what I’ve learned in the last two days.

  1. Try to release and let go. Being in the moment is so important.
  2. Admit when you need help. The first step in healing is to admit that there is a problem. Which can sometimes be hard because humans like to avoid problems. It’s important to take care of yourself. But in order to do so effectively you have to pinpoint the real problem. Then address it.


As we begin October, it’s fine for autumn to officially arrive. This means sweaters, the over wear of UGGS, and leggings. But this also brings upon a new season and chance of beginnings. Take this time to reflect on your past, and past relationships. Analyze what went wrong, learn the lessons and continue to live your life. Release the old. Embrace the new! Enjoy this new chapter. Happy fall!