How many bad habits are you guilty of? Nail biting, snacking, picking your nose… My personal top two are procrastinating and stress-eating.
Whether you want to admit it or not, we all have bad habits and they can turn up in a million different ways.
Most of our bad habits are in response to stress. It is actually a pretty simple formula: Something happens 👉 emotions or physical tension gets triggered👉 you unconsciously fall back on an old habit to try and trick your brain into thinking you feel better.
Continue reading Fall Out of Bad Habits
Do you ever worry that you aren’t good enough? It doesn’t matter how much you do or what you achieve, feeling like a fraud robs you of focus, clarity, and the pleasure of enjoying your hard earned success.
Continue reading More Than Good Enough
Wish you had that special something to stop that negative inner voice and embrace confidence?
Great news, YOU DO.
I used to have severe anxiety. Back then when it was out of control, my number one strategy was to push people away. Anxiety sucks, but anxiety coupled with loneliness is even worse.
The truth is that the more you think about anxiety and loneliness the more anxious and lonely you are going to feel. If you or someone you love is stuck in that cycle than this quick daily practice is one thing you can do to break free.
Continue reading Breaking free from negative thoughts
A little pressure can be motivating, but a whopping 94% of workers report feeling over-stressed at work.
When it’s too high or goes on for too long, the overwhelm can chip away at your confidence. In the long run it can cause you to stop caring.
On top of the
burnout, most people take their work stress home. I have never met anyone who
is immune to the occasional bad day, but 79% of men and 61% of women who have chronic
workplace stress say it affects their home life.
Continue reading 5 Simple Steps for Less Work Stress
When was the last time you felt lost in a sea of crap you had to get done? If you are anything like me, then
it was probably pretty recently.
The experience of being overwhelmed and feeling like there aren’t enough hours in the day is something I think we
can all relate to. In fact, we’re collectively feeling it now more than ever.
Whether it is work, home, or other commitments, feeling squeezed in life takes a toll on both the body and mind.
If you are tired of the overwhelm, then these easy steps are a must to bring you back to focused calm.
Continue reading How to Stop Stressing and Get Things Done
We all have an inner voice. Sometimes that voice can be really helpful and encouraging. I love those days when I wake up and my internal voice tells me I’m amazing. It pretty much guarantees a positive day. However, being human, not every day is like that. Continue reading Create Your Positive Inner Voice
Have you ever noticed when someone makes you angry or puts you in a bad mood that your body tenses up? And when you think about someone or something you love the opposite happens, your body relaxes and opens up. There is a complex link between our bodies and minds. It’s easy to see how your mind influences your body, but we are also learning more and more about how our bodies also influence our minds. Continue reading Boost Your Mood Naturally
Bit of a confession…I think we all know taxes are due really soon. I wonder how many of you have been procrastinating like me? Watching that deadline tick closer and closer knowing I have to do this. So I sit down to focus on expense reports, but there’s this incredible urge to check my notifications, do some dishes, walk the dog, or just about anything else. I know I’m supposed to be getting this done, but OMG did you see that last tweet??! What the hell??? Continue reading Stop Procrastinating With This Easy Motivation Hack
Did you wake up this morning feeling like Santa gave you the gift of his gut? Jingle belly is that not-so-wonderful part of the year. Nobody likes the heavy, bloated, uncomfortable feeling that comes with overindulging. Most people put on 75% of their annual weight gain over the holidays. Continue reading Just Say No to Jingle Belly