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?
Are you on email inbox overload? Email is a very useful tool for communication when used appropriately, but it can also be overwhelming because of the volume of emails received.
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.
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.
Talk about a positive perk: By cultivating a spirit of gratitude, you actually end up with more to be thankful for.
Summer is here and vacations are something to look forward to. Vacation, or even a stay-cation, is the perfect way to de-stress, unwind, relax, and sometimes indulge.
Some days I feel so overwhelmed I think my brain might catch on fire. I know you have felt the same way. It happens on those days when you have way too much going on and you find yourself mentally juggling all the things you must do, should do, and want to do.
One of my very favorite quotes is by the great Milton Berle. He said, “Laughter is an instant vacation.” The first time I came across it I was floored by the simple truth of it.
“Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change.” –Bob Kerrey