What I’ve learned from decluttering my space

I decluttered during the weekend just because I’ve been so frustrated with how many things I’ve accumulated and how they actually have become a burden to me. Not just a burden to my space but to my mind. My closet in particular had always been the place where I’d dread to declutter because I know Continue reading What I’ve learned from decluttering my space

“I don’t believe in myself anymore”

I was anxious about something today. It’s a normal kind of nervousness but as I tucked myself in bed, the anxiety magnified. So, I flipped through the pages my journal to express my worries. In the midst of writing my thoughts down, I heard a ding from my phone. “Maybe it’s a reminder from an Continue reading “I don’t believe in myself anymore”

13 reasons why I’m addicted to journals

I have a problem with journals and generally… books. I can’t stop spending my money on it despite knowing that I have tons of them lying at home. Empty or unread. In the shelf, on my table. Basically everywhere. But I am starting to feel that these are worthwhile especially for my mental health. 1. Continue reading 13 reasons why I’m addicted to journals

5 self-care habits and reminders to “feel enough”

I, for so long, have struggled with the feeling of not enough in whatever that I do—every single thing that I do. It has always been hard for me to take the credit where its due solely because I have this fear of appearing narcissistic or self-consumed. I easily dismiss my achievements because in a Continue reading 5 self-care habits and reminders to “feel enough”