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World Mental Health Day: My Mental Health Story

World Mental Health Day: My Mental Health Story

I went through my high school and college years depressed and anxious without really understanding that what I was feeling wasn’t healthy or normal. I was a high-achieving, active, social person so it was easy to hide –even from myself. I was a different person in public than I was in private. I did some therapy in college with the university’s therapists, but it wasn’t much help. My mental health got considerably worse when I left college, and I think that’s because I no longer had the constant distraction of fitting a four-year college degree and college experience into three years. That was a fabulous distraction from the mental work I needed to do to heal. 

This is How I Build My Business With a Part-Time Job (And How You Can Too!)

This is How I Build My Business With a Part-Time Job (And How You Can Too!)

It’s not easy. I do sacrifice some personal time. I work really hard. But I still manage to juggle everything I do — maybe not well, but I’m always learning to do better. I’m well aware that I’m only 25 and very new to this whole running your own business thing. #LearningCurve