Mental Health, Poetry

Write to Sleep

My mind’s racing, not complacent, I’m dream-chasing. I can't sleep, my thoughts are baking, they won't be quiet. I need silence, but the mind won't keep my fears private. I need out of it, trying to settle with some logic, But logic and empty pockets don’t match. I feel attached to the chains that keep… Continue reading Write to Sleep

Mental Health, Self-Improvement

Diagnosis

Diagnosis...they're handing it out to me like bills. Major Depression. Social Anxiety. Obesity. Diabetes. Sleep Apnea. Insomnia. Carpal Tunnel. Bell's Palsy as a teen. How am I even alive? How am I still striving? This isn't even mentioning past poverty, discrimination, loneliness, self-confidence, and other things that effect the diagnosis's above, but are separate issues… Continue reading Diagnosis

Self-Improvement

Beat the ‘Beetus

About a month ago, I was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. All the days of mac n’ cheese and nachos finally caught up with me. Cheese was my stress food and fast food was my vice. I was working out an average of  2-3 days a week, but my eating habits was and still is… Continue reading Beat the ‘Beetus

Poetry, Self-Improvement

Wherever The Wind Blows

Sometimes I've wished to have a simpler mind. The kind that only creates one route with a sign. So many paths I want to take and people I want to be. Ambition is the mission, and vision is still the key. But I can't see the way, when I don't know it. I need guidance,… Continue reading Wherever The Wind Blows

Self-Improvement

Your life is a book. Control the Story.

The clichè phrase is, "Don't judge a book by its cover." But we don't even get that chance with our own book. We have to read our lives, because it's our story; and sometimes we feel like we can't change our story. Thinking past things like religion, politics, science, etc, we tend to feel like… Continue reading Your life is a book. Control the Story.