I'm Andie Conn. Depression and anxiety have been a part of my life for a very long time, and I constantly find myself researching and learning in order to "outsmart" my illness. Writing down and sharing my research is an important step in my mental process of filing away these self-care strategies, and hopefully a way to help you as well. I'm all about supporting and inspiring people with depression and anxiety (just like me) in a creative, positive way. You can learn more about me and about my blog right here.

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  1. Good morning, I’m a journalist and I write for the Italian magazine Casa da Sogno. I would like to feature your home in the magazine. Can you please contact me and I’ll be happy to provide you all the details.

    Thank you

  2. I found your blog through a link-up and I am very excited to follow your blog. I have a social work degree but currently am not working in the field. I love your ideas and suggestions on depression and creativity. I look forward to seeing more from you. Thank you!!!

  3. Found your blog via the Handmade Tuesdays linkup. Would love to follow you on Twitter, but having some trouble when I click your Twitter link. Would love your Twitter info. Thanks!

  4. Hi, thanks for your post “Lazy-proofing your day”. I found this while browsing through pinterest. I am always looking for great ideas although the ideas just sit and stew a while now. My husband died a month ago and am finding it hard to motivate myself, even at this time of year, to finish projects for my grandchildren. I already do some of your suggestions but will try the other points you make – eating a frog at the beginning of the day might mean that I have to tackle my sewing projects before breakfast to at least get them moving again. Thanks again for making me feel part of a group of people wearing the same cloth instead of alone.

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