How NaNoWriMo Helps My Mental Health | National Novel Writing Month

For the fourth year in a row, I will be attempting the writing challenge for National Novel Writing Month, known as NaNoWriMo. In the month of November, thousands of writers will attempt to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. It’s…kinda bonkers. I’ve won each year so far, but it took a lot ofContinue reading “How NaNoWriMo Helps My Mental Health | National Novel Writing Month”

What I Wish I Knew in High School as an Anxious, Depressed Teen

I was a hot mess in high school. Unfortunately for me, a lot of people around me–including myself–didn’t quite understand anxiety or depression. This meant that a lot of the time, people assumed I was: Just a pissy teenager A brat Weak A “worrier” Stable overachiever Lazy In this episode, I talk about my experienceContinue reading “What I Wish I Knew in High School as an Anxious, Depressed Teen”

Creativity And Depression: How To Find Your Muse When You’re Deep In Your Blues

I’m a creative person, so when I feel that source dwindle, I feel like I’ve lost part of who I am. If I can’t write, or podcast, or plan amazing Halloween costumes for my dog, then what good am I?⁠ Part of having depression as a creative is learning to work with your depression, notContinue reading “Creativity And Depression: How To Find Your Muse When You’re Deep In Your Blues”

Episode Notes “A Year of Disaster:” Tarot, Horoscopes, And The Truth

After a month-or-so long break, it is FANTASTIC to be back in the swing of things on this podcast! I had so much existential dread about Angus Eye Tea that I almost needed to make a podcast about making my podcast about anxiety. You’ll notice a few new things around here – first, that nowContinue reading “Episode Notes “A Year of Disaster:” Tarot, Horoscopes, And The Truth”