Take Control of Your Life by Mel Robbins – book review

Oh, this book was scandalous. I will start from the beginning. I loved the introduction and I fell in love with the book when they mentioned the workbook. I listened to the first chapter and then I started to work on the workbook. When Mel was speaking about the dreams we have, my brain panicked … Continue reading Take Control of Your Life by Mel Robbins – book review

Redefining yourself after trauma breakthrough

Around 5 or 6 months ago I had my last suicidal thoughts. This took me by surprise, it was not something new but now was out of nowhere, and no reasons for it. I know I wrote about this a few months ago but I came back to make some updates. What made me come … Continue reading Redefining yourself after trauma breakthrough

Insomnia thoughts

I was an insomniac for more than 15 years. The only way I was able to fall asleep was with my headphones and listening to a book, radio theater, or a podcast.  It was something I got used to, the headphones helped most of the time so I always had a pair under my pillow. … Continue reading Insomnia thoughts

Enough is enough

‘One day you wake up and you say enough is enough'. This is something Dr. K said the other day and it made so much sense. We always think that, in order to make a change, we need that ‘AHA!’ moment, that romantic moment in which our life changes. I do not blame the media, … Continue reading Enough is enough

30 – What I learned

Things, people, videos, classes come into our life when we are ready to take the next level. I think is essential to know what you want, so you can see the good things are coming in your way.It comes a time when some people go. It is life, you will grief over it and let … Continue reading 30 – What I learned

Two years of writing – Morning Pages

On the 14th of April 2019, I started writing 3 pages a day.  I am emotional writing this article because two years have passed and I am still writing. My life changed so much and I feel so happy to be here. Some things made me sad but I have to admit that it was … Continue reading Two years of writing – Morning Pages