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Tag Archives: Self-Care
We made this graphic for you because Summer is here – for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere at least! It’s so easy to get caught up in busy-ness instead of enjoying the weather, slower down and relaxing. … Continue reading
Sometimes when we’re having a busy or stressful day, we don’t feel like we have the time to take a break. But what if a 2-3 minute breathing meditation could calm you just enough to slow down and help you … Continue reading
I know it’s not just me. We all lead such busy lives – and all too often we simply don’t take enough care of our ‘selves’. We may make a priority of taking care of others and/or our careers, but … Continue reading
This week’s article is not about saying, “No” to things – although that is one option. And it’s not about making time for something else on your busy to-do list. It’s about spending the time you already have a little … Continue reading
We live in a society that believes that facts, science and rationality will solve all our problems, and yet we are still ruled by our feelings and emotions. Suppressing and AVOIDING our difficult feelings simply blocks us from learning valuable … Continue reading
Spring and Fall are a great opportunity to refocus and energize ourselves. And you’d be surprised how small a change can be – and still make a big difference. In fact it’s often the small changes that make the MOST … Continue reading
We’ve all experienced the freedom that comes from getting rid of out-dated, broken and unnecessary ‘stuff’. So, to build an OVER-Reserve of stuff may seem a strange tip, especially when simplifying and de-cluttering are all the rage. And while too … Continue reading
It’s hard to accept things that are difficult, unpleasant and painful. And I don’t know about you but I read all the time in spiritual or self-help books about “Acceptance”, “Surrender” or “Allowing” painful feelings. What does it actually mean … Continue reading
I’m sure you’ve discovered by now, that happiness is not something we can FORCE. Happiness arises naturally when we’re in a state of contentment, acceptance and non-resistance with the world. But did you know, the opposite of Happiness is Sadness, … Continue reading