Dealing with anxiety is thought and can be different for everyone. Here are a few helpful tips that help me manage and deal with my anxiety, I hope it can provide you with some insight or support as well.


First of all, it’s all scientifically proven that spending time outside with Mother Nature is a source of good for your mental and physical well-being. Not only does it increase blood flow, which works wonders for your bod, but it also increases your creative flow. This is what I like to call untangling your headphones, you are free with your own mind, fresh air and some good ole Vitamin D. Whether it’s a 10 minute walk around the neighborhood or a hike at your favorite trail, get outside, it’ll be worth every minute.


I know, easier said than done, right? Wrong. How old are you? Where have you traveled? What have you experienced? What have you accomplished? Have you graduated high school? Got a GED? Live on your own? Kept an animal or even another human (baby) alive? Have you gotten so angry waiting in line at your local coffee shop already running late for work and decide to punch the old man in front of you in the throat? Those questions are seriously fun to ask yourself, especially because I bet there’s a ton of shit you’ve accomplished or moments where you had self control and didn’t punch anyone in the throat, even when you really wanted to. I get it. But somewhere a,one the lines, you might realize you’ve found yourself in at a point where, 4 or 5 years prior his was the life you dreamed of, isn’t that crazy? It’s easy to look at what you don’t have yet just as easy to look at what you do have.. you are better off than you think you are or have realized yet. I believe we have it so good and sometimes we don’t even stop to think about it, let alone the fact that there is almost always someone out there who has it worse than you. And I mean, way worse. Like, you’ve probably got a bed right? Some people sleep on fucking dirt.


There’s literally always something to look forward to. Family dinner, a new season of your favorite TV show, spending the night with your friends watching music videos until 1am, spontaneous road trips, the sound of the rain, good morning texts, your favorite artists finally touring your city, your mf birthday, I could on! Whatever it is, sometimes it helps me get out my own head and think about all th things I am grateful for and have to look forward to in the coming weeks or even months.


Bored? Feeling stuck? Not sure what your next project or job should be? That’s okay, none of us have it figured out. So take a moment and connect with yourself to generate thoughts and ideas of some things you would like to do or accomplish in the coming weeks or months. Notice I titled this to include action lists, at least for me, creating small steps to accomplish a bigger goal makes it more fun to:

a. Write more lists

b. Better execute a plan on saving for a new car, scheduling regular blog posts, finding a time that works best for my schedule to practice yoga.

c. Step by step ways to create a path and set myself to finish what I have started.

You got this.


I say to write because writing has a way of sort of engraving something in our brains. Pen or pencil to paper generated by thoughts in that exact moment. It makes it permanent, it forces you to think or go back to it later, it ignites something in the brain. Write it out, rap it out, record a voice memo, record a video, type it into a word document, anything to get your thoughts out of your pretty little head and to a place where you can read, hear, see them at a later time. Reflect upon what you did in the last week or two or month, what you liked, what you didn’t, what you learned, what you got excited about, what you appreciate and what you’re going to do next week. Reflect and grow babes.


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