When I have anxiety, it’s this strange heat in my midsection. It starts just under my chest and pulses in all directions. I feel it tingle my fingertips and radiate down my legs. It travels up my chest, into my face, and up to my head, where I reel from the sheer weight of having to deal with this unwelcome reality every single day of my life.
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It’s Sunday morning and as I’m writing this, the world outside has succumbed to a snowpocalypse. The ground is covered in ice, the sun is tucked behind miles of thick, grey clouds, and I’m pretty sure Canada is getting a week and a half of summer before next-winter starts. Thankfully, I can ignore it all with the perfect cup of coffee.
Two months ago, I moved into a new condo. It’s in an entirely new area of Toronto and moving here meant that it was time for a fresh start and a fresher home decor look. For 2 years, my home was filled with furniture I didn’t need, didn’t like, and didn’t want. Some of it was impulse buys from IKEA, some were furniture I had when I lived in Ottawa. None of it went together and my home didn’t feel like an overly comfortable space (at least not to me).
It’s only natural to crave a bit of a thrilling read from time to time and, if you’re anything like me, you usually enjoy each one with a cup of coffee, a bag of M&M’s, a thick blanket (good for hiding when the serial killer comes knocking), and something comfortable to plop myself on to.
If you’re looking for a new book to take your breath away and keep you on the edge of your seat, these are the spine-chilling reads you need to add to your 2018 must-read-list.
Plus, my friends at BookSparks have generously provided three books for one lucky JordanDAmico.com reader to win. Scroll to the bottom of the post to enter!
Honestly, the biggest challenge I face as a blogger is coming up with blog post ideas. I’m usually pretty diligent about a monthly or weekly calendar – just a general idea of what I want to focus on in the near future.
Sometimes my brain just runs out of ideas and I’m stuck with this giant gap in my blog, even though I always try to have consistent content, either on my blog or on my Instagram account. What does this usually look like? It looks like at least 3 Instagram posts and 1-2 blog posts per week. Is that a lot? No. Does it help me stay on track without sucking all of my energy? Absolutely.