Tag Archives: Generalized Anxiety

Common Flying Fears and How to Confront Them

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How to Avoid Common Flying Fears Yikes, common flying fears, do you say? Sometimes it’s not enough to say, “I’m scared to fly,” because it’s too broad of a fear to immediately fix. It’s difficult to address a big problem. Even as a teacher, supposedly a “natural problem solver,” I still hesitate to tackle “large […]

Fighting Anxiety at Home (and Why I’ll Win)

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So, Rachel, You’ve Been Quiet Again I know. I’ve been way too quiet. Two posts in a month isn’t exactly a blogging goal to aspire to. Not only is two posts not a reasonable goal, writing so little also makes me feel embarrassed. I love to write, especially about travel, and know I can do […]

When Disaster Strikes A Place You Love

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Paradise Coast, You’re In My Thoughts As most of you already know, we’ve had a very active hurricane season in the United States. Very active. To make things worse, it’s not even close to finished yet. Most recently, Hurricane Irma dominated the headlines. This monster storm wrecked havoc on the Caribbean Islands, Cuba, and Florida. […]

Why Your Fear of Flying Isn’t Stupid

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Reasons Your Fear of Flying Isn’t Stupid Confession: I’m my own worst critic. My close family and friends say the same thing about me. Honestly, I try to avoid self-deprecation at all costs. Negative thinking only pushes me further from my goals and dreams. Not to mention, if I had a friend who talked to […]

5 Unbeatable Ways to Defeat Your Post Trip Depression

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Grr, the “Joys” of Post Trip Depression. I have a lot to say about this topic. Too much, actually. And I think we’ve all experienced those yucky post trip depression feelings, right? I know we have! We’ve all felt that empty pit festering inside our stomaches upon coming home after experiencing incredible sites, fascinating people, and […]