The holidays are a time of togetherness, giving, and cheer. Most look forward to this joyous time, but we can also encounter the hardships of stress and guilt that come along with it. It is important to recognize these triggers to avoid or redirect them altogether.
Have you heard the term “mindfulness” before? Ever wondered what this might mean or how you might practice mindfulness?
The New Year is approaching which means New Year resolutions are at the forefront of many people’s minds.
After some investigation, I purchased a fitness tracker that also monitored my sleep. Sleep tracking was at the top of my list when searching for a wearable device.
Is it just me or did summer fly by in the blink of an eye? Now that fall is here, it is time for Pumpkin Spice Lattes, over-sized sweaters, and football. Just as important, it is time to get back into a routine.
Research suggests that taking a vacation is actually good for your health. Did you know that most American workers aren’t taking any vacation time?
Year after year we set ourselves up for failure as we create outlandish and unattainable New Year’s resolutions. However, it is important for us to remember that New Year’s is a time to reflect on our past year’s behavior and how we can make positive lifestyle changes in the year to come.
Thanksgiving is officially over and the holiday season is in full swing! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also the time of year when we tend to overindulge.
From time to time, I can’t help but define my life as a “mess”. With everything that goes on in our lives – from work, kids, school, anxiety, relationships, personal perceptions, etc. – it’s hard not to.
Do you ever think back to the activities you participated in as a child? Playing outside for hours on end, using your imagination in everything you did, or creating an art masterpiece?