It is a rainy day in Brooklyn. I am sitting at my kitchen table, drinking an iced coffee, listening to Taylor Swift’s brand new album, Folklore, on repeat. It was unexpectedly released last night, and I have now found myself, unexpectedly, overwhelmed with all the feels.
There has been a lot of talk about productivity these days, and most of the chatter is about two opposite ends of the spectrum – either taking advantage of these times to be highly productive, OR not being too hard on yourself if you aren’t being highly productive. I think it might be helpful to
I can’t believe we are heading into our 4th week of quarantine. There is just so much to miss. And the heaviness that is lingering in the air makes it harder to experience moments of joy while quarantined during the Covid-19 crisis. At the same time, I’ve been reminded of how joy comes from the
We live in a world that is hyperfocused on goal-setting, reaching the next level, flaunting our accomplishments, and analyzing data set after data set so we can create and achieve even more. It’s exhausting! Don’t get me wrong; I’m a big fan of goal-setting, and creating a measurable objective can help you stay on track
Most people believe that psychotherapy is reserved only for individuals who are experiencing extreme levels of dysfunction in their lives. But what about those individuals who are able to function “normally” in every day life, yet still have that feeling that something is not quite right? Below is a list of not-so-obvious signs that you