Right after my 25th birthday in December of 2018, I had what I call my “quarter-life-crisis” where I decided it was time for me to take control of my life and my own happiness. At the time, I was overweight, depressed, stressed and all-around unhappy with where my previous life choices had led me. IContinue reading “Quick, Easy, Healthy Egg Bites”
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Vegan January Recap
My boyfriend, Monish, and I decided to try out veganism for an entire month because – 1. To see how our bodies felt/reacted to eating completely plant based for an entire month and 2. To see if it’s something that we could do long term. On our first ever date in 2020, we had aContinue reading “Vegan January Recap”
Healthy Habit Helper – Guide and Tracker
Research shows that it takes 30 days of doing the same thing over and over again to form a habit. Some of our habits aren’t the healthiest and therefore are not very beneficial (like picking up a Starbucks Frappuccino before work each morning or smoking cigarettes daily), while other habits are incredibly healthy and beneficial to our bodies (such as drinking 8 glasses of water or brushing our teeth every day).
If we have too many unhealthy habits in our lives, we are much more prone to weight gain, illnesses and even some cancers. But for the vast majority of us, changing our unhealthy habits can seem pretty overwhelming – even more so if they’ve been part of our lives for years or even decades. So… Where do we begin?
Episode 20. “Why Are Routines Important?” – Show Notes
In this episode, listen to Bailey discuss the importance of having a regular routine and why it’s especially important for those of us who have bipolar disorder to participate in one on a daily basis. You’ll hear a bunch of wonderful, healthy options of items to add into a routine when first starting out, as well as the best way to get your very first routine put into practice.
Episode 16. Part Three: Family Relations & Bipolar Disorder
The last of a three-part series where our host, Bailey Reber, discusses how she wishes that her family would’ve reacted to her diagnosis with bipolar disorder. She hopes that her perspective on how she was/wasn’t treated after being diagnosed will help others understand how their own actions affect those around them.