What I’m learning from individuals in recovery from addiction

It’s about the midpoint of my first semester of internship. Finally, I’m settling into a routine – I’m getting used to my clients and the clients and staff are getting used to me. One thing I’ve already noticed is how much relief I feel to have ended up where I’m at. I’m going to be […]

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My silhouette portrait is finally working!!

For a reason nobody (not even I) can explain, I’m apparently vehemently opposed to user manuals. So I’ve spent the last week calibrating and learning about my silhouette portrait, and now it’s working perfectly! I’m so, so very excited!! Right now I’m testing out a set of mood tracker stickers I made for a custom […]

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On being a grad student (with chronic illness)

I’ve been sort of pondering about what this blog should ultimately be. It seems superficial to have it just be about planners and other crafts because although those are my biggest hobbies, I feel like I also want to share the person who’s behind all of that as well. Maybe that’s not the best marketing […]

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4 Athletes on Overcoming Disabilities

Oftentimes, overcoming the myriad of obstacles in everyday life can seem a little overwhelming. This can be even more true when on top of it all, you are struggling with a disability or other challenge that not many people around you are facing. But I want everyone to know that no matter what obstacles you […]

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