Human or Titaness

I am not perfect and I never will be. But that is what makes me human. I often overthink and become trapped in my own mind for hours or even days. My confidence wavers at times, even though deep down – I know I am worthy. Tis’ tragic, but this is what makes me human.... Continue Reading →

A fidgety Birthday Gift to Myself.

Hello dear friends!     Well since the last time that I posted, I have officially turned 30. We all know that I have been struggling with this haha but here I am. Alive, 30 and well things aren't too bad. I am sure some of you are aware of the shopping rabbit hole. Etsy, Amazon,... Continue Reading →

Diagnosis Goose Chase

Hello my darling friends! I have been seriously considering updating the "tagline" of my blog to the below: "Random thoughts, ramblings and rants of a late twenties gal - pushing her way through adulthood with anxiety chronic illness." I mean, I have the mental too but oh the physical illness.... Yes, I have been not... Continue Reading →

Monday Motivation & Self Care

Hello my friends and happy Monday! Since it is Monday and if you are like me, you are on the struggle bus. Perhaps...the conductor...ok, I am the conductor. Let's talk about things that makes us happy. For example, self-care. Such a popular phrase these days, right? But it is true - taking time to reset... Continue Reading →

My endometriosis story 💛

Hello my dearest friends! I plan on scheduling an updated post regarding my endometriosis, as March was Endo awareness month! However, lately I have been suffering from symptoms of that awful disease and not 💯! Until I am ready to drive in again, here is a reblog of my original endometriosis experience. ♥️😘

Diary of the Mad Katter

Hello friends!

As my lovely followers, you know that I suffer from mental health issues. I have opened up with my story a little bit regarding my struggles with them but my topic today is something that I haven’t really dabbled into and is another silent disease called: endometriosis. The link provided is from The Endometriosis Foundation of America and has some great information if you are interested in learning more.

My story:

I will never forget in January 2013, I was suffering from some severe pain in my left , lower side. I have suffered from pain each month, to a point that pain killers did not even touch the pain that I felt. So, I did not think too much about it and thought it would pass, I took some medication and went about Fuckboy’s work holiday party, I simply did not have time for this…

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