A Heart Overcrowded

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I was just casually reading posts from one of my favorite blogs and couldn’t help but to reminisce on it. So, here’s my little rendition. People with the biggest hearts often tend to be the most crowded.  It’s seeing the good in every one, every thing, and every circumstance. Finding every reason to keep something close even if there is

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Bring On The Sunshine

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Sunshine has its way of healing your insides by warming your outsides. I just turned in my last lab report of the semester, and can I say, What a relief? This semester was filled with a tremendous work load and I’m sure anyone who majors in the sciences knows what I mean. Having three labs on top of lectures really took

What Self-Care TRULY Means

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“A world in which self-care has to be such a trendy topic, is a world that is sick.” I stumbled upon an article regarding self-care and how it is so widely preached and practiced. And it came to my attention that I feel as though some individuals still misinterpret what “self-care” truly means. It’s not all about the face masks

The Greatest Investment: Yourself

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Who is the person you spend the most time with? Take a second to think about your answer to this question. Maybe it’s a parent, friend, significant other, or a pet. Now think again, who do you truly spend the most time with? The answer to that is: yourself! That’s why it is critical to take care of yourself and

Stand Up, Speak Up, Wake Up

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Good health is not just the absence of physical disease, it is the state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. It aids in determining how we, as individuals, handle stress, enjoy life, and make choices. You will not have a healthy body if it’s not accompanied by a healthy mind. When we are free of depression, anxiety, addictions, or stress, we

Moments

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We often spend our time wishing for some future experience to happen, or dwelling on what we could have done differently in the past. For me, personally, I overthink events that have already happened, dwelling on times where I have been hurt, and thinking of people who are no longer in my life anymore. Moreover, I can spend a lot

A Message For Your 2018 Self..

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This is it everyone. The last few days of the year 2017. The last hoorah. It’s been one hell of a year. With memories that I wouldn’t trade for the world. Would I say that this was the best year of my life? No. Would I say it was the most eventful? Hell yes. I’ve endured the hardest battles, and

The Art Of Falling Back

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Fall back. Instead of overanalyzing every single waking moment of your life, sit back and watch everything unravel clearly in front of you. We are all so quick to find the missing piece of life’s big puzzle. But sometimes, stepping back to look at the big picture is what solves it. Fall back and let life take its course. You

Minimalism- Be More With Less

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So, there I was, at Olive Garden, on December 2nd talking to my sister, Paula, about wanting to redecorate my room. And here’s what she said: “Pia, you’re actually a hoarder, maybe you should write a blog post about minimalism and follow through with it.” So… here I am…writing a blog..about minimalism… Minimalism isn’t just about “stuff”. It’s also clearing

Seeking Joy Instead of Happiness

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Happiness. It comes and goes like waves. All our lives, we strive to achieve “happiness”. Happiness is something that is not truly defined, but somehow, it is something everyone strives for. We are in the “pursuit of happiness”. Some people have said that happiness cannot be measured on its own, but rather, must be weighed against other more measurable values, such