My New Year’s Resolutions fail (a lot). I’m making better New Year’s Resolutions this year by committing to intentionality and actionability.
There’s a lot I’ve learned in two months of daily yoga, and almost none of it has to do with the physical aspect of my workouts.
Rather than become more productive, many of us are wasting time on “productivity” at the expense of competency.
Visualization meditation is a powerful tool for improving sleep, developing mindfulness, and even improving health. Can we apply its tactics to daydream ourselves better?
There’s an inherent value in giving up, especially on things that stress us out, don’t bring us pleasure, or work against our general mental health and well-being.
It’s tough to stay confident when we fall into the “everything sucks” trap. Fortunately, confidence can be developed, and things don’t have to suck so much.
If doubt causes us stress, tension in our lives and worry, wouldn’t we be better off without it? I doubt it…so what is its value?
If the last year has taught me anything, it’s that I need to be making the most of this, this being COVID-19 and its repercussions.
My unofficial guide to Anxiety and Unease Management for Stressy People. Some of this is just me parroting what my therapists have told me over the years, some of it is due to personal exploration and research from advice from people who are more qualified than I am to talk about this.