Monthly Reading List: 6 Blog Posts You Need To Read

As I continue to build this blog I naturally scan the internet for like minded bloggers and topics.

I have decided to compile a list of some of the best articles I read each month and feature them on this blog.

The truth is:  I would have loved to write any of these articles myself but each author beat me to the punch.

These articles don’t necessarily relate to each other, but they will all stick to the main topics we cover here on this site such as: depression, anxiety, fatigue, and motivation.

In no particular order, here are some of my favorite articles I have read in the new year.


Can’t Miss Blog Posts:

#1. The Curse Of Being Highly Intelligent –

You can't miss this article

I found this post months ago and I have been looking for an appropriate place to share it ever since.

The amount I can relate to this article is insane and I feel like many of you will be in the same boat.

It is more vulgar than you may be used to reading on my site so just a note of caution.

I have always thought that my overactive mind is both a gift and a curse.

On one hand, when channeled into something productive such as my blog, I can get a lot of work done and strategically plan my next move all day long.

On the other hand, when my focus drifts, my mind can take me to many hostile places.

The thing is, I don’t have an off switch.

I lay in bed many nights with difficulty falling asleep because my mind won’t stop.

I easily lose concentration while listening to lectures or instructions because my mind begins to think about what it feels is important, not the task at hand.

If you relate to any of this in the slightest, you can’t miss this article.

Diego goes into details as to how ‘high intelligence’ can further lead to feelings of anxiety, loneliness, and perfectionism.

My mind is constantly chattering. It’s noisy as f#ck in here. –JKDGO

Diego further goes on to provide some strategies to stop the madness and touches on some points I couldn’t agree more wholeheartedly with.

#2. 50 Ways To Manage Stress –

This is an enormous article you may wish to devour over multiple sittings.

This article is absolutely stuffed with high quality information that you absolutely need to read if you deal with stress frequently in your life.

The writing at is also of extremely high quality and it is highly evident that the authors know what they are talking about.

I have been learning methods to control my stress levels for years now. There is still plenty of information within this article that was new to me.

Stress can be detrimental to both your mental and physical health and it is of utmost priority that you learn how to manage it.

This article is what I aim for my work to look like with practice.

Give it a read!

#3. Breathing Methods To Control Your Mind And Body –

Vincent is another excellent author and one whose blog I have particularly enjoyed reading lately.

His blog touches on topics very similar to that of this site.

Vincent writes with a highly motivational touch which can inspire almost any reader to take action.

I found this post particularly useful for readers on my site due to the highly beneficial nature of breathing for anxiety and other mood disorders.

I have yet to do any articles relating to breathing exercises and I doubt I could top the info provided by Vincent or provide any further value myself.

If you are interested in learning some breathing techniques to reduce your anxiety, or even just improve your overall efficiency, you can’t miss this article.

#4. How To Use Magnesium Oil To Reduce Pain –

Magnesium has been an essential supplement in my toolkit for years now.

In my opinion, anyone who suffers from anxiety needs to be taking magnesium.

I was first introduced to magnesium oil a few years ago.  It is believed that by applying an oil based magnesium to the skin it is more readily absorbed and utilized by your body.

The benefits I experienced while taking magnesium oil were great but, due to the amount of extra effort it took than popping a magnesium pill, I stopped using magnesium oil.

I stumbled across this article a few weeks ago describing how magnesium oil had dramatically reduced the authors pain.

As someone who has been injury prone for years and still fighting pain in certain areas of my body, I decided to try using magnesium on some of the areas I experience pain.

Low and behold it worked beyond my expectations.

If you personally experience pain due to an old injury or stiff muscles, I highly recommend reading the article above.

If you are new to magnesium in general this article is still a great place to start.

#5. You Are More Unique Than You Can Imagine –

can't miss

Ironically I found this article super unique.  I can’t say I have seen anything like it on the internet before.

If you are looking for something to cheer you up and make you feel good, this article is excellent.

Peter goes into depth as to why each person on this planet is different.

Change your perception and you will begin to feel like you stand out in any crowd.  Only when you feel unique do you start believe your life matters.

Each of us is as unique as a singular view in a kaleidoscope. And to make it even more complex, our perceptions and reactions can, at any given time, vary substantially.

In fact, you are so unique, you are not even the same person you used to be a year ago. -Peter

#6. The Joe Rogan Quote That Changed My Life –

This article is super brief but it packs one hell of a punch.

The actual quote intended for you to read could change your life if you took it and ran.

I personally found this article super motivational and thought provoking.

I highly recommend you read it.




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My name is Regan Jacklin and I managed to overcome 10 years of depression and anxiety with the methods talked about on this site. I love to read, play sports, travel, cook, and most importantly, challenge myself. I hope you find the content on this site helpful!

Leave a Reply 8 comments

Peter - 03/05/2017 Reply


Thanx for the spotlight! It is both humbling and awesome to see a fellow blogger recommending something I wrote.

Much appreciated.

p.s. – love the new look of your blog.

    Regan - 03/05/2017 Reply

    Your content is awesome, I am happy to share it.

    I’m glad you like the new look. I am always trying to improve the blog somehow.

J.K. Diego - 04/05/2017 Reply

Thanks for the feature!

I like the quote from Joe Rogan too. His podcasts are definitely worth a listen and he does have unique insights into many interesting stuff.

    Regan - 04/05/2017 Reply

    No problem man, happy to share that article. Ya Joe Rogan is definitely an interesting guy. Even his comedy is good, the man is talented.

Jake Darby - 09/05/2017 Reply

Thanks for the linkage!

Glad to hear magnesium has helped your pain, too. It truly is a game-changer from a pain management standpoint.

    Regan - 09/05/2017 Reply

    Great article Jake. It is often the simple and cheapest supplements that provide real results.

Molls - 09/05/2017 Reply

Great blog posts that sound interesting. Defiantly going to read them 🙂

    Regan - 09/05/2017 Reply

    Thanks Molls, they are all great. Your site is coming along great as well!

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