We all have moments of anxiety, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take steps to manage it. One such strategy is a grounding exercise called “5-4-3-2-1.” When feeling overwhelmed and anxious, this exercise helps shift focus to your current environment and away from the source of your stress. It also interrupts unhealthy thought patterns and encourages mindful awareness. Let’s break it down and see how it works.
If you're stuck in a creative rut and need help jumpstarting your ideas, morning pages might be just the thing. Developed by The Artist's Way author Julia Cameron, this daily practice has proved itself to be an invaluable tool for regaining perspective and unlocking inspiration. I've recently returned to doing my morning pages routine and trust me when I say it truly works wonders.
Have you ever considered just how powerful the words we use are? The language we choose can have a huge impact on our mental health, our relationships, and our daily lives. Let’s explore how conscious word choice can help us reshape how we think about ourselves and the world around us so that we can live in our fullest most authentic selves.
Being a young professional can be stressful. Juggling a demanding job, side hustles, and keeping up with relationships can take a toll on your physical and mental well-being. While it might seem like the solution is to work longer hours, the truth is that one of the most important things you can do to stay productive and healthy is get quality sleep.
I believe one of the most important things you can do for your mental, physical and spiritual health is having a movement practice in your day. This type of wellness practice is exciting because it can really be any kind of movement you want! There are no rules to this one, anything that involves moving your body works great.
We've all been there before. You know, those days where you really don't want to go to the gym, but you end up going anyway and having one of the best workouts ever? You never hear people saying that they regret going. It's usually the opposite and they feel happier and more energized afterwards.
We live in a society that is always looking to the future; what's the next move, the next step, the next goal? It's easy to get caught up in this way of thinking and lose sight of the present moment. Eckhart Tolle so beautifully sums up the power of living in the present moment in his quote: "Life is now. There was never a time when your life was not now, nor will there ever be."
It's that time of year again - the days are shorter, the weather is colder, and more people around you seem to be sneezing and coughing. Now is the time to start building up your arsenal against the common cold and flu. And what better way to do that than by boosting your intake of vitamin C?
We’ve all had one of those “the world is so small!” moments where you meet someone new and realize that you have a mutual friend, or you find out that your new colleague went to the same college as you did. In a world of now 8 billion people these moments strangely happen more often than we think.
It can be daunting to try and make positive changes in your life when you might not know where to begin. Whether you're trying to eat healthier, be more productive, or learn a new skill, it can be easy to get overwhelmed and give up before you even start. But it doesn't have to be that way!