Sometimes, all you need is to hit reset. Not just a small break. A reset. Stop the clock and stop
Sometimes, a break is needed. And isn’t it just that — a break? Stop and do nothing, think nothing, worry
Mindfulness is a choice. One that is hard to make and easier said than done. But it is a choice aligned with how I want to live my life – intentionally, and fully. So I try to be mindful of it. And I am.
Sometimes the smallest task is daunting. Starting a new email. Or a new book. Writing a new blog. Preparing a
I have struggled for a few weeks. I know I am having post Covid-19 anxiety, though it is funny to call post to something that is so present.
Today, I was forced to hit reset. I wonder if one day I will just hit reset, but not be bed-bound. Maybe that should be my goal for 2020.
This Sunday, I have hit an adrenaline crash. The worst I have had. In fact, I am not sure I have even had such a thing before.
I woke up in a bad mood today. Can’t quite point what it was, I just did.I draw on my therapy lessons and I know I can pull it through. I have learnt so much about myself and the power our mind and thoughts can have over us. It can feel sometimes overpowering.
My dos and don’ts when getting a relaxing mindful massage. How do you really relax? Why are we obsessed about relaxing. Our mind is not made for it.
I have started gratitudes over a year ago and the difference is visible. I am sharing my personal benefits of gratitude, and how I implemented it in my life
Over the last year I have realized how a working mother’s average physical health can have a strong impact on my mental health. They are intertwined.
During therapy I realized how much the word should hung over me. I did not say it out loud, but it was part of every sentence in my head. The only thing I really should, is to be kind to myself.
… reverse and restart. This was an important week at work for me. It was business plan week. Despite market
Mental Health – in 2015, I suffered from depression. To this day, seeking professional help was one of the best decisions I ever made.