Mindfulness activities.

Stress is one of the main reasons we do not engage in healthy behaviors. When stress sets in, we feel overwhelmed, frazzled, and decision making becomes more difficult. When feeling led by negative emotion, negative coping choices easily follow. Small bits of mindfulness are hugely helpful in slowing down and regaining the ability to make … Continue reading Mindfulness activities.

Gratitude diary.

A gratitude diary can be a great way to take time to be grateful each day. It is also something positive and uplifting to look back on when you find yourself feeling negative, depressed, and just generally down. Writing everyday, or even just taking the time to think about what you are grateful for everyday … Continue reading Gratitude diary.

Keep your mind fit.

Mental fitness truly is just as important as physical fitness. Luckily a healthy diet and exercise can improve mental health as well. The better you feel mentally, the easier it will be to stay on track, be more mindful, improve relationships, increase happiness, and improve overall daily functioning and wellness! Here are some more tips … Continue reading Keep your mind fit.

Morning movement.

Beginning the day with a healthy start can lead to vast improvements in self-control, energy, positivity, and motivation. I am a firm believer in taking a few non-distracted moments to think in the morning, and some gentle movement can be a nice addition to this. Take the time to become aware of your body in … Continue reading Morning movement.

Weight loss psychology.

Many of us know well all of the tools for losing weight. There are multiple sources, both free and fee based, to learn all about nutrition and exercise for weight loss.┬áNo matter how much we read about diet and exercise, no matter how much money we spend on the various sources for weight loss, lasting … Continue reading Weight loss psychology.