Creating saved my life.
Now, the more I battle with mental illness, the more I feel it’s my calling to help women with mental illnesses heal by creating.
I want The Glitter in My Tea to be a source of happiness, education, and inspiration. “Happiness,” because I want its content to make people smile, when even smiling is a miracle. “Education,” because it will enlighten those with and without mental illnesses. And finally, “inspiration,” because it will be both a creative inspiration, and a source of hope that things won’t always be as bad as they feel today.
I plan on writing more informative and helpful blog posts about mental health and the realities of mental illness in the near future, but in the meantime, here’s a super helpful blog post that’s very enlightening (and hilarious…but it’s okay that it’s hilarious because the blogger has depression herself).