Sometimes, sitting down for even just 5 minutes can already be difficult–especially when you’re dealing with anxiety and stress, or are simply busy and on the go. All the same, you can still make room for your mindfulness practice. Here are 1 minute mindfulness exercises you can do:[Read more…] about 1 Minute Mindfulness Exercises
Millions of people suffer from sickness in the physical body, including all kinds of pain, inflammation, cysts, tumors, cancer, COVID-19, and many other sicknesses.
Millions of people suffer from sickness in the emotional body, including anger, depression, anxiety, worry, grief, fear, guilt, shame, loneliness, and more.[Read more…] about Why Do People Have Challenges in Health, Relationships, Finances, and Every Aspect of Life?
This is a special time of the year, with Spring signaling a re-start. The season evokes a sense of starting anew, feelings of life bursting everywhere you look.
I do believe that this is a good time to step back and give your life a quick checkup. If you made resolutions at the beginning of the year, this is a great time to see where you are in relation to your goals.[Read more…] about 10 Quotes About New Beginnings
The heart of life is good, as the song by John Mayer goes. It’s an inspiring, uplifting song. Something you should listen to when you are going through painful times in life. Because we know, that however the heart of life good, there will always be those painful times, and there is no going around it.[Read more…] about 15 Quotes for Painful Times in Life
If you’ve been working too hard, aiming for unrealistic goals and driving yourself to the ground, you’re a prime candidate for burnout.
Burnout isn’t about having a bad day at work, or even a bad week. It’s more pernicious, draining your energy and making you feel an exhaustion that isn’t relieved by rest.[Read more…] about The Signs of Burnout and How to Recover from It
Those first few months of sobriety often stretch your understanding of what it means to put mind over matter. However, it really does get easier to distract yourself from thoughts about drinking as time goes by.
In the meantime, it helps to surround yourself with lots of compassionate support while also developing a few go-to strategies for keeping yourself distracted when the urge to drink strikes.
Use these distraction strategies to jumpstart your plan to avoid drinking while also discovering new interests that make living a sober lifestyle more enjoyable.[Read more…] about Thinking About Drinking? 11 Fool-Proof Distraction Strategies to Help You Stay Sober