Hey, friend! I'm Christy!
I'm a Brooklyn-based writer and creative consultant dedicated to providing unconventional insights on confidence and creativity. Basically, I think it's a good idea to 1) like yourself and 2) do dope stuff. Because, you know, life is short. And you're pretty great.
Does this sound like your kind of thing?
This Week's Blog Post:
For the past two weeks, I have been positively shivering with excitement. Do you ever physically shiver when you’re excited, by the way? Is that just me and chihuahuas? Well, whatever. The point is lately I have felt as though I have a hearty dose of adrenaline coursing through my veins.
This sensation has been particularly pronounced ever since I started reading a certain book. This, by the way, is the kind of book that prompts involuntary verbal declarations of “Whoa," “Really?” and “Ohmuhgah I love this so damn much.” The book is called On Being a Therapist by Jeffrey Kottler, and I’m reading it because, well, I’m in training to become a therapist.
(Specifically, I’m training to become a mental health counselor, but I realize a lot of people might not know what that is exactly, so for now, let's just go with therapist.)
Yep. That's some news right there.