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4-Mindful Morning Rituals To Start Now

4-Mindful Morning Rituals To Start Now

The way we start off our mornings can really affect how we take in the rest of our day. It can be really easy to get into a morning routine that feels like we’re on auto-pilot. Practicing mindfulness has been shown to decrease anxiety over time, so adding some sort of mindfulness practice to the mornings can have a positive effect on the rest of our day.

How To Find Your Identity Being Multi-Cultural

How To Find Your Identity Being Multi-Cultural

During our early adulthood, we explore to find what our purpose is and create our own individual identity. Some of that identity is dependent on our gender, where we live, our social influences and what we do for a living. A major part of our identity also comes from our cultural influences and backgrounds.

Mindful Aging: Don't Let Depression Get You Down

Mindful Aging: Don't Let Depression Get You Down

 If you’re 65 or older and feeling depressed, you are not alone. Statistically, one out of every 17 people in your age group is suffering from depression right now. Plus, social isolation appears to be a growing health threat for older adults.

7-Ways to Become a More Intentional and Engaged Father

7-Ways to Become a More Intentional and Engaged Father

Being a father comes with responsibilities that many men don’t feel prepared to handle—however, they’re also responsibilities that they can only ever truly learn by experiencing. This life-changing role subtly asks each man to become the provider, teacher, mentor, and hero that their child needs.

8-Simple Tips for Getting Into a Healthy Sleep Routine This Month

8-Simple Tips for Getting Into a Healthy Sleep Routine This Month

Sleep is like a good mattress—you never realize how good it is until you don’t have it. Interrupted sleep can be extremely frustrating for both children and adults. Not only can it leave you grouchy and fatigued for your day, but it can affect children’s mental development and behavioral psyche.

3-Easy and Calming Thought Exercises You Can Do Before Bed

3-Easy and Calming Thought Exercises You Can Do Before Bed

Falling asleep becomes such a challenge when we feel like our thoughts are racing at night, or we struggle with managing anxiety.  There are ways to quiet our minds and calm our bodies before bed. Following these three calming thought exercises before bed can make all the difference in strengthening our ability to fall asleep, stay asleep and get some good, restful sleep.

3-Simple Routines For A Healthier Lifestyle

3-Simple Routines For A Healthier Lifestyle

You have to dedicate time to work on your health. With small lifestyle changes like adding more exercise to your routine you can up-level your health drastically, you can even start with investing 50-60 minutes a week! If you include these 3 simple tweaks in your routine, they will start putting you on the right path towards better health!

How To Create a Balanced Life in a Season of Chaos and Stress

How To Create a Balanced Life in a Season of Chaos and Stress

You can’t wrap up all the loose ends at once, and you can’t expect everything to ever be perfect. Don’t set yourself up for failure and disappointment by setting unrealistic long-term goals on a short-term schedule. Instead, start with these five simple ways to steadily chip away at the disorder in your life.

14-Quick & Easy Ways to Keep Your Home Tidy

14-Quick & Easy Ways to Keep Your Home Tidy

 Keeping homes clutter-free and clean doesn’t have to be a drag, even if it’s not your favorite thing to do. And if you dread that designated cleaning day and the hours it takes away from doing more fun, relaxing activities, tackling a little bit each day’s the perfect trick!

How To Stop People Pleasing And Improve Your Well-Being

How To Stop People Pleasing And Improve Your Well-Being

Taking steps to challenge this natural reflex of apologizing can support reduced anxiety, guilt and shame. Apologizing is the act of acknowledging “faults or failures”; however chronic apologizers need to redefine their thoughts and understand that not all they are apologizing for are THEIR failures, instead they need to practice gratitude.