How do you deal with the stressful moments that pop up when life throws you a curve ball like a troubling diagnosis, or when your toddler is throwing a tantrum, or your boss has added yet another to-do to your already long list?
Keep reading to learn my top tips for dealing with stress in times like these!
If the flapping of butterfly wings can change the weather, why wouldn’t our supposedly small spiritual pursuits have a similar impact in our daily lives?
Are you feeling like you’re always “on”, and never really get a chance to experience rest – like you’re “burning the candle at both ends”, so to speak? Maybe you’re feeling less fulfilled by the things that used to bring you joy, or you find yourself becoming irritable for no reason. Each of these is an indication that you’re headed towards burnout. But before we can work towards preventing or overcoming it, it’s important to understand what burnout is.
Check out some of the best inspirational fall quotes I’ve come across to help you sink into those cozy fall vibes.
With the on-going pandemic, we’re all spending a lot more time at home these days. This is why we should dedicate time to creating a feeling of sanctuary in our homes – a place where we feel we can find refuge from the world outside.
In this post, I’ll cover some of the common stressors that SAHPs and homemakers face. Since I don’t have human kids myself (unapologetic dog mom right here!) thanks to the help of a close friend, I was able to get some first-hand feedback to be able to share with you.
At first, it may have seemed like it’d be easy to maintain work/life balance when working from home. But by now you may have come to realize that the lines between the two can blur a little easier when your office is your kitchen table. Learn all about the small but impactful things you can do to feel more balanced and ease in your work-from-home life!
Do you often feel like trying to reach work/life balance is an uphill battle? With many of us struggling to juggle careers, family life, and friendships, and our own personal interests, it can feel like a never-ending cycle of stress. Add to that the current stress of...
EFT combines cognitive therapy and the energy meridians of Chinese medicine. Like acupressure, tapping increasing endorphins, the body’s feel-good neurotransmitter. This is why even without a specific focus, tapping can elevate your mood.
Making time for self-care is hard enough. The last thing you need to do is worry about what activities you want to do, and to spend tons of time getting all your supplies together.
Luckily, I’ve done the work for you and created a list of the 10 best activities and ideas for self-care so you can create your very own self-care toolkit to have on hand whenever you need a break.