Self-care is something often neglected, another thing you may think you do not have time for. While exercise and healthy eating are part of self-care, it is important to expand self-care into relaxation, downtime, self-exploration, trying new things, etc. Unfortunately it is all too easy to get into the habit of treating ourselves with negative … Continue reading Make self-care a habit.
As you continue to think about planning your year, it can be helpful to think of goal areas you'd like to work on. I like this article because it encourages focusing on something each month to enhance wellness. Remember, enhancing wellness in a variety of personal areas will likely lead to increased weight loss, long … Continue reading Year planning…
Practicing regular self-care is key to managing stress. As you begin to slow down and take time for yourself, even in small increments, you will become more self-aware. This will serve you well with understanding what you need to feel healthy and strong each day, or notice when your mind and/or body are not doing … Continue reading Practice self-care.
I like the title of this article, because I see often anxieties being raised by a fear of missing out (what people are terming FOMO) in many areas. There is something so spectacular about choosing to miss out on certain things in life! This article focuses specifically on technology, which is a huge source of … Continue reading The joy of missing out.
I began my week with a series of unfortunate events, providing evidence of how a day of stress, ill-preparedness, and unhealthy behavior tumble into feeling bad and a complete impact on mood and body wellness. My week is a good reminder for all of us to pay attention to ourselves, daily and over time, and … Continue reading A series of unfortunate events.