This blog might be my equivalent of a mid life crisis sports car. After turning 40, I thought my mental health would be, well, healthier. The only thing that I have achieved, though, is the realization that being a passive participant doesn’t get you very far. Time’s passing…fast.
In my own introverted, fragile, closed off way, I’m ready to shake things up (albeit gently).
My Daily Mental is where I want to find my voice, create intent, and explore creativity. Take the drivers seat. Even if that’s starting in front of a computer screen at home. Baby steps.
I have no easy answers. No quick fixes.
But, what I do have is honesty, and vulnerability, and empathy for others that might also be struggling with anxiety and depression.