You Can’t Be Clean With Dirty Habits

There are many of us, as human beings, that don’t quite have concerns about our daily habits. We are a carefree species who are more inclined to deal with our consequences than to avoid them all together. As the title suggests, you can’t be clean with dirty habits. This is a statement that should resonate within…

Love & Depression: Gift Giving and Holidays

Though this isn’t a very spiritous time of year, it is never too early to talk about you & your spouse spending holidays together. This post may be centered towards new couples, but there is sure information that can help a range of individuals! I, personally, do not like surprises. Never have, never will. Throughout…

K. S. Leigh : Developing a Pseudonym

A pseudonym for myself is something that I never truly thought of. On this blog, I go by Daisy because that is the nickname my boyfriend gave me, but I never truly thought about being published and have my actual name on the cover of a novel. I love my birth name, don’t get me wrong,…

Love & Depression : When Things Are Bumpy

Care is a state in which something does matter; it is the source of human tenderness. -Rollo May Everyone in every walk of life has had a relationship problem, once or twice. Those of us who suffer from depression, and more specifically bipolar disorder, it can be those little problems that will ultimately ruin a…

1st Complete Beta Read Review

At long last I have gotten into my groove and finished the first bit of my very first beta reader review. The process involves a lot of communication between the author and I, but I give no details until the review is complete. It helps to keep me organized and on track, as well as keeping…

WLFD Writing: My First Beta Reader Job

As you all may not know, I am an avid reader as well as a writer. A few days ago, I volunteered to be a beta reader for the the first time. At first, let’s rewind a few days before this happened. I had no idea what a beta reader actually was. After researching into how…

Love & The Depressed: How We Love Differently

‘I don’t believe in magic.’ The young boy said The old man smiled. ‘You will, when you see her. — Atticus Everyone has experienced love in some way shape or form, but for those suffering from severe depression/anxiety or other mental disorder that make emotions a difficult situation, it is something completely different. Love can…

Planting Your Own Garden: How I Stay Grounded

According to the World Health Organization, Bipolar Disorder is the sixth leading cause of disability in the world. As I sat staring blankly at that sentence, I didn’t want to believe it. I don’t have a disability, do I? When dealing with such an illness, it is important to know as much as you can,…