I’m ok you’re ok

So. I obviously don’t post much here anymore. I want to. But most of the time I can’t bring myself to. And I always have a lot of things I want to say. My notepad on my phone is full. But it just sits there. For so long I have wanted this site to be so much more than it is. It’s basically a ghost land here. I never intended it to be that way. I wanted to add so much. The blog. Keto recipes. Normal recipes. Craft stuff. Books. But it’s such a struggle to just feel like you’re constantly at the bottom of the pit and too damn short to climb out.

Having bi polar/depression/anxiety and working from home gets pretty lonely sometimes. Almost suffocating. So maybe if I start putting my thoughts and such somewhere easier and quicker, maybe I can connect with some new friends who deal with the same things as me and just need someone on the other end sometimes. So I think I’m gonna make a Twitter account. I’ll only post the name of it here.

Find me under Lezlee Parrish @blankspacediary

See ya there maybe

Oh, I also know I need to make an update blog from my last post. I’ll do that soon.

10 thoughts on “I’m ok you’re ok

  1. Missy Kay says:

    I have everything you’re dealing with plus Fibro and Autism. Both my children have severe Autism so I had to quit working to create a better life for us. I’m struggling with all kinds of ideas I can’t get started on. Find me on Facebook! MissyKay. I was actually looking for frugal easy Keto recipes because my daughter gets seizures and was prescribed Keto. It’s amazing how similar we are! We can support each other!


    • Aw! We can def support each other! I am so sorry that you’re having to deal with so much all at once! My goodness. Yes! Keto is amazing for children or who suffer from epilepsy and seizures. I will find ya on fb. You can connect with me on my Instagram if you have it @lazy_keto or email me at lazyketo@gmail.com ❤️ if you want!


  2. Dawn says:

    Glad I came across your blog. I have been trying to see if this keto thing would help with my BPD, but of course I am not consistent enough to really get into it. I love that I am super creative, I see possibilities in everything, everywhere, all the time. But I can’t focus on sh*t. So frustrating. Last week I was tried Intermittent Fasting. This week it is HIT weightlifting. I wish I could focus, but for me it is damn near impossible, has anyone figured this out? Is Keto helping with the BPD?


    • Man, I know those feelings all too well. My mind switches to things like that constantly. Keto does help with my concentration and be able to kind of sort things better that I’m trying to focus on!


  3. WOW! I came across this site earlier today when I was trying to get a handle on how to start this Keto diet. After reading this here and checking out your Instagram, you’re a pretty awesome chica! Hang tough and keep on truckin’! I’m on Instagram & Twitter – Am_Faith


  4. EsSay says:

    I was just going through your blog posts and am sorry that you had to go through all that last year. I related to your last post the most since I am going through a trying time myself right now. Have just started my lowcarb journey and hope this helps with my mood too. You should write more here. 🙂


    • Aw! That means so much, thank you. I’m so sorry that you’ve had some rough times yourself. I’m so exited for you starting your lowcarb journey. You will love it. I agree I should write more here haha I’ve got so much I want to put out there I just don’t always have the time. I find myself just jotting things down on the notepad in my phone most of time haha


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