Money and Mental Health

I share how my mental health led me to financial mistakes, but how I found hope for a new start.

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Dear Caregiver…

Caregiver, this letter of encouragement is for you. Chronic illness and mental health diagnoses can be extremely taxing for the patient, but also for those that are in a caregiver role. As a caregiver, you’re the advocate, the believer, the helper, and the friend.

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Deeper Self Care

How can we find a deeper sense of self care in the midst of busyness? Cassidy with ‘The Arise Box’ shares her insights on quality rest and the bad habits we need to break.

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Art and Mental Health

Mom, writer, and artist Caitlin Moore talks about her own struggle with mental health and how creativity has the power to heal.

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I’d Rather Sit With You

The Question Her face was a bit blurry on my side, but she could see me clearly. “Why do you believe it’s hard to sit with yourself?”, she asked. I sat up tall and adjusted by earbuds. I smiled nervously as some self-deprivation joke entered my mind. She looked at me eagerly, but patiently. “I […]

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Something New

Sometimes there aren’t words that can truly convey the weight that a new chapter brings. I celebrate new chapters when I am reading a great book. There’s nothing better than being completely immersed in a true page-turner. Anticipation builds at the end of each chapter and cascades into something new when the next page is […]

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Love

            It wasn’t until I stood up that I saw how badly I had skinned my knee. I was at the top of the hill and my bicycle was now in the ditch. My leggings had a hole in them from the friction of the gravel and my face was stained by tears. I looked […]

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Lean In

Self-care. What comes to mind? Bubble baths, hot tea, alone time wandering in the city, and a chocolate stash under your bed? Fresh flowers, Netflix binge, cozy socks, a couple’s massage, and a glass of wine? Yes to all of those things. I have been writing Little Hope Notes for 3 months now and ironically […]

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Self Care for the Overwhelmed

The current culture of self care, self awareness, and self love is a wonderful place to abide. There isn’t a shortage of “How To” articles, self care gurus, and resources at our fingertips. As I have scrolled through Instagram and read about self care from phenomenal and well-meaning life coaches, yoga instructors, and meditation experts […]

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