Self-Care: How Much is Too Much?|kendra shiloh

Self-Care: How Much is Too Much?|kendra shiloh

I’m all for self-care…the numerous articles I have about it are a clear indication of that. However,  through my unhealthy obsession with social media, I’ve watched the self-care “movement”, if you will, take a dark turn. If you followed all of the self-care mantras and rule books out there, we wouldn’t accomplish anything. The question […]

coming clean: eating disorders and body dysmorphia|kendra shiloh

coming clean: eating disorders and body dysmorphia|kendra shiloh

(I’ll be talking about eating disorders and other similar issues in this post, and if this may be a trigger for you, maybe check out a different, more light hearted post on my site instead). Every few posts or so I talk about a personal aspect of my life on here. I usually talk about […]

a thinkpiece on recovery|kendra shiloh

a thinkpiece on recovery|kendra shiloh

written on june twentieth, two thousand and eighteen. nine forty-four pm.

How to Bounce Back From a Depression Relapse|kendra shiloh

How to Bounce Back From a Depression Relapse|kendra shiloh

Hi everyone! As you all know, I love talking about my life experiences, especially when it may benefit someone else. Today I want to talk about depression, more specifically relapsing.

updates and other things

Hi everyone! I’m back from my short break. As I said in my previous post,

Passions/Problems-Where To Draw the Line|kendra shiloh

Passions/Problems-Where To Draw the Line|kendra shiloh

Throughout my life, I’ve developed quite a few passions…most of which have become occasional hobbies. And often times, I struggle answering this question for myself: “When it all too much?”. Today I’m sharing a think piece with you all, in hopes of inspiration.

Inspiring Quotes by Empowering Black Women//black history month

Inspiring Quotes by Empowering Black Women//black history month

Sadly, my black history month series is coming to an end. For the last post I wanted to leave you with a few quotes by black women, in hopes of inspiring and motivating you to create, and do more.

TIPS FOR A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP

TIPS FOR A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP

As I said before in my “new years resolutions” post, I’ve been trying to work on my sleeping schedule. And whenever I find a few things that work for me, I like to share them with you! listening to instrumentals/mellow music. I listen to instrumentals when I’m working, because it’s very calming and it keeps […]