Month: October 2018

Last Minute Halloween Costume

In the spirit of Halloween on Wednesday, I have decided to share my costume with you all in hopes that I can spark some of your creativity if you have not yet found a costume. This is very DIY and super easy to gather all of the clothing from a thrift store, which I love!…

By admin October 29, 2018 0

Loyal & Just

The Hufflepuff hate is real my friends. I have been lucky enough to not be a direct receiver of hate for identifying as a Hufflepuff, but I know other badgers have not. The usual hate consists of “you don’t have any great defining qualities”, we are the house that “takes anyone and everyone”, The color…

By admin October 22, 2018 0

Mental Health Awareness Week: Printout

A few weeks ago I made a post that featured mental health check sheets and self-care lists from other bloggers. To round out Mental Health Awareness Week, I have decided to make and share my own printout with you!  After looking at them and other printouts, I came up with what I think is the…

By admin October 13, 2018 0

Mental Health Awareness Week: Campaigns and Projects

There are many people and organizations bringing awareness to mental health these days. Campaigns and companies are run by celebrities and normal people just like you and me. For today’s post, I am going to share with you some of my favorites! Always Keep Fighting Campaign Jared Padalecki, an actor on the long-running TV show Supernatural,…

By admin October 12, 2018 0

Mental Health Awareness Week: Types of Counseling

There are many types, areas, and forms of counseling. Because of the stigma surrounding mental health, many individuals don’t know how many types there truly are. The following are some of the most common. School Counseling School counselors, or guidence counselors, help students with a multitude of things. They work with them on career goals,…

By admin October 10, 2018 0

Mental Health Awareness Week: Sports Counseling

Many athletes struggle with mental illness. Because they are not a general demographic they need a special kind of counseling, sports counseling. With one in five individuals having a mental illness, it’s easy to think of how many there are. Slowly but surely, athletes are coming forward and using their platforms to discuss the topic…

By admin October 8, 2018 0