Life Skills

October 10, 2017
3 Keys to Peace After Addiction

3 Keys to Peace After Addiction

Addiction recovery is your personal journey but family, friends and coworkers are also on the journey with you. Self work is hard but worthwhile if it means getting healthy and finding peace. This seems easier […]
August 29, 2017
making-bed-morning

It’s Really True: Making Your Bed In The Morning Has A Purpose

Making your bed in the morning being important isn’t just a myth perpetuated by people who like clean and tidiness. Making your bed in the morning is important for a few reasons. First, metaphorically, making […]
August 25, 2017
budgeting-life-skills

Some Things You Want To Know About Budgeting

One you start making money in recovery, it is time to start making a budget. “Budget” can seem like a taboo word to people sometimes. Having a budget means having to watch what you spend. […]
January 26, 2017

Why You Believed Your Friends About Drugs

Once we finally get clean and sober there is usually a period of reflection and strife regarding our using. Why on earth did we ever start in the first place? Didn’t we know better? Couldn’t […]
September 8, 2016
Childhood Lessons about Finance

More than Monopoly Money: Do Childhood Lessons about Finance Impact the Way We Save?

Developmentally, the things we experience during childhood have a great impact on how we function in the future. Conscious or subconscious, we witness little lessons all the time. Picking up cues from parents, family members, […]
August 29, 2016
Communication Skills: Don’t Use Periods While Texting

Communication Skills: Don’t Use Periods While Texting

We’ve seen it happen. Someone says, “Ok” and it means, okay. Someone says, “Ok.” and there is an impending sense of doom. We are suddenly falling down a spiral of insecurity, paranoia, and despair. What […]