Must Love Crows

andrea alford-scoretz wellness writer must love crowsI’m Andrea, and I’m using my wellness journey to create heart-centric content that inspires self-care and self-love.

Taking care of our ourselves is no easy feat. It’s difficult to know what to do and when, how to set boundaries in order to make it happen or to find the time, and we aren’t always supported in our efforts.

And then there’s the guilt…

Guilt isn’t an inherent deficiency. We were taught that it’s not OK to put our needs before others; that sacrificing our health and happiness, full-time, is what life is all about.

But that’s not working for us anymore.

We’re depressed, anxious, overwhelmed and angry. And we don’t like ourselves very much. Even with all of the good in our lives, we struggle to find gratitude because we aren’t well enough, mentally or physically, to do so.

Then we beat ourselves up for not being grateful.

I want to help you. 

I’ll be honest with you about my struggles, just as I hope you’ll reach out and be honest with me about yours.

Because it’s important we stop pretending everything is OK.

Faking it makes us sick, mentally, physically, and spiritually. Not to mention it’s super unproductive and distracts us from doing things that could actually help us get better. (Did I mention I like to be productive? Now you know. 😉)

I share my stories because healing happens when we speak our truth. And I write to help you realize the value in putting your wellness requirements at the forefront.

I’d love to share what I learn about self-care, self-love, mental health, addiction, and meditation (to name a few) with you.

I send out a newsletter once a week with content I only share with my subscribers, and I’d love to send it to you. You’ll also get access to my One-Minute Meditation Guide when it’s released in the coming weeks.  

I look forward to connecting with you. If you’ve got questions about anything you see or read on the blog, contact me. Otherwise, I welcome you to sign up for my newsletter below.

xo

A

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