WHAT MY FIRST YEAR OF BLOGGING HAS TAUGHT ME

WHAT MY FIRST YEAR OF BLOGGING HAS TAUGHT ME

On February 3, 2019, Living With Kristy Lynn was launched. Since then, we’ve accumulated 170 likes/follows on Facebook, 114 Instagram followers, 85 WordPress readers, and 3,700+ page views from all over the world! It’s not much in the grand scheme of things, but I can’t help but be over the moon about our progress!

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SIMPLE THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU’RE FEELING DOWN

SIMPLE THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU’RE FEELING DOWN

When I get to feeling down, I find that sometimes it’s simply because I’ve fallen behind on the little things that bring me joy. Taking just a few minutes out of each day to make sure I’m doing these little things helps to keep my spirits up. Although these points are quite basic, they’re also the easiest things to forget about in the everyday rush of life.

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How One Small Compliment Can Make A Big Difference

How One Small Compliment Can Make A Big Difference

One of the worst jobs I ever had was working as a bank teller. I had to be on the front lines of a not-so-great corporation and deal with adult temper tantrums on a daily basis. For an optimist with anxiety, it was emotionally draining work, to say the least.

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They Got Their Heart Broken, But That Doesn’t Mean They Get To Break Yours.

They Got Their Heart Broken, But That Doesn’t Mean They Get To Break Yours.

Disclaimer: I am aware the situation outlined in this article is not unique to one gender or sexuality. However, it is written by, and from the perspective of, a straight woman. Feel free to change pronouns as you read to suit your situation.

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How To Cope With Disappointment

How To Cope With Disappointment

We all experience disappointment at one point or another, but that knowledge doesn’t necessarily ease the pain when it’s our turn to face it. I, myself, recently stared disappointment in the face and with the help of my lovely friends and family, I was able to cope with it fairly quickly. Much quicker than I ever could have in the past.

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