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?
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?
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.
March has many health & wellness observances including nutrition awareness, but if you are like me, you think of March Madness every year when this month rolls around. It’s the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and it guarantees madness, upsets and surprises.
Work, school, kids, homework, finances, family, friends, or just stress about all your stress – you are stressed. Stress is almost impossible to avoid in this crazy, busy world in which we live.
If that is the case, it is important to determine ways to handle stress that will maintain productivity, effectiveness, and your personal life.
Since I was a teenager, I had this quest to master the art of meditation and yoga. As a typical female that worries way too much about way too many things, the thought of quieting my mind through meditation and practicing yoga held great appeal.