01.2018

" Imagine breaking open the window curtains and the fog disappearing. That's what happens for me, figuratively, when the depression subsides."

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2017 & 2018 Resolutions

Welcome to the end of the year festivities!  Half-way through 2017, I did a self-evaluation on the goals I had made for this year. Some of them, I was able to accomplish, and others not so much. I have learned over the years about the best ways to go around accomplishing resolutions, and how we …

12.2017

Yes, this December monthly blog is behind by 20 days. In this blog, you'll get to read about my adventures I've had this month, and my reflection on this year. As always, feel free to subscribe to my blog, which is easy to remember because its my name (Danielle Sullivan) + the number 17= daniellesullivan17.com. …

Holiday Anxieties (NaNoWriMo edition).

These words are going towards my National Novel Writing Month word count goal. Luckily, these word will help me get over the 50K line. More about how I won next month! Earlier this year, I wrote a blog about being depressed around the winter season (read it here for reflection, if you'd like). While skimming …

Seasonal Depression & Writing

Originally, this blog was going to be about a different writing subject. I've already drafted that subject for later this week. Personally, I feel like I need to talk about something that some people try to avoid or even can't get around to talking about. The last blog I had written was at the beginning …

#WinnersDontWait

A couple of years ago I was in marching band, and while I was trying to stay healthy, I really wasn't. College marching and the coursework took its toll on me and I had to leave the one thing I loved the most, which is music. For about every year I've done marching (six years total; …