I have been super busy and it has meant not writing my weekly wrap-up the last two weeks. So I am bringing you the wrap-up of what has been a very busy week. This is the place to catch up on all my writings. So, here we go with the weekly wrap-up January 14-20, 2018.
J.E Skye’s Weekly Wrap Up
In this blog post, I talk about something new that I realized in my social anxiety life. What is interesting is that sometimes through reflection you can find some amazing parts of yourself. This is a great read because it shows another aspect of my growing list of things about my social anxiety.
This post is one of the ongoing blog posts about sharing my playlist of music that changes my mood. Its been a great series and introduce more songs. This one is just a great list of music.
What can I say about Katie’s interview feature Living with Faith in a Bipolar Life? I enjoyed being able to share Katie’s story on my blog and at the same time get to know an amazing writer. If you haven’t read Katie’s feature, then I think you should. It’s a great piece.
This is the first edition in the series, Music That Changes my Mood that featured Christian Gospel. It was great to share this, and this blog post came from a request from a follower. It was nice to share this side of me because of my faith, which I probably don’t write about enough. To share these pieces of music from amazing artists was amazing. The last part of this post talks about a time when I lost my faith and the song that really helped me get there.
This blog post is just me sharing my motivations so far in 2018 as I move closer each day to my most important goals of the new year. My motivation is high and I wanted to share it with my fellow bloggers in the mental illness community.
This blog post challenges my fellow bloggers to talk about the stigma that surrounds mental health. This is one of my main goals when starting The Bipolar Writer, to end the stigma. There are so many great writers out there that are being a voice but we need the entire community writing to really end the stigma. I challenge each of my blogger followers to start or continue to write on this issue.
This is part two of the Christian Gospel version of Music That Changes my Mood.
This was something I have been wanting to post on my blog. My thoughts in journal form from the past when my depression was at it highest. These pieces are real and raw. I don’t edit these pieces and rather I chose to leave them as written. They are my thoughts I never thought I would share, but that is the goal of my blog and memoir.
In this blog post, I share some questions that I had to answer when working on my own mental health recovery. These questions are not all that will help you along your journey, but they are a good start. If you are looking for a way to set goals for your mental halth recovery in 2018, please read this post.
This was a simple blog that speaks for itself. If you want to be a contributor to the content of The Bipolar Writer blog, just read this email.
That’s my weekly wrap-up. I will make sure to remember to write these each week so that I have all that I did that week in one place.
Please Help me Publish my Memoir
I have finished the first draft of my memoir “The Bipolar Writer,” and I have decided to go down the self-publishing route. If you can donate anything towards my goal, it would mean the world to me. Those that give will get a special mention in my memoir on a page dedicated to those that made my memoir possible. Thank you in advance!