Tag Archives: calm

Create Your Positive Inner Voice

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

Avoid Holiday Stress

There’s an expectation that the holidays are a time for fun and joy, perfect gifts and family harmony.  But for so many of us, this time of year can be really difficult.   The overeating, overspending, the not so comfortable family relationships.  It can be a time of real stress and sometimes loneliness.

How would it feel to do something different this year? There are lots of little things you can do to reduce your stress and feel more connected now. Continue reading Avoid Holiday Stress

Free 30 Minute Session

Random Acts of Mindfulness | Sept 21st- 29th

Anxiety and stress from Irma can feel overwhelming.  Worries about the damage, being without electricity, loss of income, even having to leave your home can affect your calm

You deserve to free your mind from the storm so you can move on with life.

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Easy steps to turn down anxiety

relaxed girl with no anxiety in museumWe all experience anxiety and stress. Worry can center on relationships, money, health, work, or even things we have absolutely no control over. Those times can feel very overwhelming.   Wouldn’t it be nice to have a few simple things you could do to turn down that response, letting your heart slow down and your body relax?  The truth is everyone has the ability to reduce stress and anxiety.  Here are some simple things you can do to unstick yourself from that old response, no matter what is going on around you. Continue reading Easy steps to turn down anxiety

Gratitude- How it affects you and why it’s so important

With 100,000+ hits on YouTube at last check, you may have already seen this adorable video of the little girl who is given a paperclip as a gift.  Beyond being seriously cute (almost as cute as the little girl that rules my house with glitter and tutus) it has a beautiful message about gratitude.   It got me thinking, why is gratitude so important? It feels good and doesn’t take much effort, but what is it affecting?

The answer is a lot, and it all relates back to your happiness.  Here are some of the big ones. Continue reading Gratitude- How it affects you and why it’s so important

30 Minute Mini Lunch Reset

Short on time?  Try a 30 Minute Mini Lunch Reset. Chose from:

Find Your Calm- Train your mind to relax.   This rapid session is designed to help you tap into that calm inner detachment.

Abundance Mindset-  Reset your beliefs around success and money. 

Reach Your Goals – Shift your thoughts and beliefs towards success and embrace motivation so you can reach your goals.

Start overcoming social anxiety with these handy tips

Social anxiety and shyness are not the same thing.  Shyness is being uncomfortable at first in new situations, but you have the ability to warm up and be okay with that.  Social anxiety is no fun. Just thinking about having to talk to or meet new people can trigger a fight or flight response when you have social anxiety.  It’s the fight or flight response that creates that feeling in your chest when your heart is racing and you can’t quite catch your breath.  Maybe your stomach hurts or you get sweaty.   Continue reading Start overcoming social anxiety with these handy tips

How to Enjoy a Happy & Healthy Holiday

 

Who hasn’t overstuffed themselves during the Holidays?

No matter how good you are at eating sensibly it can feel downright impossible this time of year with all of the parties and social gatherings.  Add an irritating relative and giant bottle of wine, and all of a sudden that cheese platter or mountain of cookies has your name written all over it. Continue reading How to Enjoy a Happy & Healthy Holiday

Fast and effective trick to beat stress and anxiety

anxiousFeeling overwhelmed by stress and anxiety is a very personal experience.

In the past, when I had a lot of stress and anxiety in my day-to-day life, my stomach was always a mess.  Occasionally I would even have mini panic attacks. I’ll never forget the first time it happened.  I was on a business trip and had to pick up a rental car, something I had done countless times before.  There I was sitting in the parking garage when all of a sudden I felt completely overwhelmed. I couldn’t catch my breath and I had a tight feeling in my chest.  It was really frightening, but I was also embarrassed by my lack of control. Continue reading Fast and effective trick to beat stress and anxiety

How to handle stress with self-hypnosis

meditation made easyHow many times when you’ve been stressed has someone told you to ‘just calm down’ or ‘be more positive’?  Anyone who follows me on Twitter or Instagram knows I love my inspirational quotes, but when you are truly feeling stressed out, it’s important to recognize it and take action.

Stress has a way of clouding your brain.  When you relax, it becomes easier to think more clearly, which can lead to better decision making. The more relaxed you feel, the more normalized other physical processes like sleep and digestion become.  Reducing stress can even increase your libido! Continue reading How to handle stress with self-hypnosis