Lifestyle

How to Establish Mental Freedom

For myself, feeling mentally "free" is an on-going battle. I stress out way too much over things I have little or no control over. I worry about things that haven't happened yet or may not even happen

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Stop feeling badly about yourself

Art school is demanding. No matter how creative you are or how much you love art, you'll reach a point that you will feel like you've been sucked dry of imagination.

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How to be more productive as a multi-tasker

In every area of my life, whether it be school work or home, I multitask to the highest level. There are certain activities that I dub as "time wasters." Here is how I battle them...

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Where I've been for the past month

When I decided to start blogging my goal was to commit to at least one post a week and to visit my Followers sites to comment and support them. Unfortunately, with the class that I was taking last month it was virtually impossible.

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New York Trip

I'm back! Last weekend we went to New York City for a late Valentine's Day getaway and it has taken me a few days to get back into the swing of things.

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I don't eat anything with a face

As a vegetarian I am constantly asked, "What do you eat?" Every time I hear this question I roll my eyes and recite the same response I give to everyone, "I don't eat anything with a face."

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The time I wanted to run a marathon

In the beginning of 2013 I jumped on the running band wagon and decided I was going to run a 5K by April. I froze my butt off getting up super early before work, in the dark, to run on icy snow covered side walks.

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DIY Unconventional Costumes

Every year I venture to one of those Halloween stores that randomly pop up this time a year and spend an obscene amount of money for a costume.

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Math fries my brain

I will most likely be on a short hiatus for the rest of this month because of school. It is usually a little difficult to juggle both school and work, but this month it seems impossible. Right now I am tackling the class that I feared the most, math.

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Simple things to release stress

The past few days I was lucky enough to spend some time at Long Beach Island in New Jersey. I've never been there before, but it was a typical tourist beach city.

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My Birthday and Thoughts About Getting Older

Every year I venture to one of those Halloween stores that randomly pop up this time a year and spend an obscene amount of money for a costume.

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Men just don't understand purse obsession

Never in my almost 32 years of existence have I met a man who understood the appreciation women have for quality purses and shoes. I like to splurge sometimes on outrageously priced purses because to me they are just elegant.

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The art of giving ourselves credit for the smallest victories

As an "artist" I find that I constantly compare my work with other peoples. I put artist in quotation marks because I do not feel confident enough to call myself one.

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What is it like to go to school full-time online?

It is A LOT of work! You must be able to manage your time wisely and great at self discipline.

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Do you judge people with tattoos?

It is estimated that 40% of Americans between the ages of 26 to 40 have at least one tattoo. With the constant rise in popularity of tattooing I believe that number will increase to over 50% of the population in the next year or so.

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What it is like to get married in Vegas

My Husband and I took a trip to Las Vegas, NV to get married on Halloween. So, let's go through the common questions I get asked when someone finds out I was married to Vegas...

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Is it okay to steal like an Artist?

Do you think if an Artist creates a piece of artwork that is similar to another Artists that it is stealing?

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Nobody In The Boat - A Taoist parable

If a man is crossing a river
And an empty boat collides with his own skiff,
Even though he be a bad-tempered man
He will not become very angry...

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