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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.

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.

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.

3-Easy Ways to Eliminate Distractions When Meditating at Home

3-Easy Ways to Eliminate Distractions When Meditating at Home

Life is full of distractions, especially if you are trying to get your meditation in while in the comfort of your own home. Whether you choose to meditate in the morning before starting your day or for a few minutes after getting home from work, it can make all the difference to try and eliminate some of those distractions at home.

Why You Should Take Sleep More Seriously

Why You Should Take Sleep More Seriously

Restful sleep has almost innumerable benefits for your mental and physical health. Many bodily functions are reliant on sleep, including metabolism, hormone production, work productivity, happiness levels and lifespan.

Addiction Treatment: The Business Of Recovery

Addiction Treatment: The Business Of Recovery

We really don’t understand addiction. There has not been much research done on it. We don’t know what treatments are the most effective, lasting and evidence based. Very few medical professionals specialize or even know how to treat an addict. Yet, there are treatment centers all over the nation that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars per month. Some even claiming a cure in 30-90 days.

Self-Care on a Budget: Affordable Gifts that Make You Feel Better

Self-Care on a Budget: Affordable Gifts that Make You Feel Better

Sometimes, you just need to focus on you. For people with busy lives and lots of responsibility, it’s easy to get caught up in work and putting your own needs on the back burner. We all need to take time for ourselves to enjoy simple pleasures,

The Do’s and Dont’s: Luxury Addiction Treatment Centers

The Do’s and Dont’s: Luxury Addiction Treatment Centers

If you have heard about luxury rehab, you might be wondering what makes them so special. Do the amenities actually help with the recovery process? Are people who completed the program in a luxury center less likely to relapse? Is the cost that different?

Miracles of Recovery: What To Do When Treatment Ends

Miracles of Recovery: What To Do When Treatment Ends

72,287 deaths from drug overdoses in 2017, 10’s of thousands of others dying of other substance abuse related causes, billions spent on educational campaigns, over a trillion dollars spent on a failed war on drugs and the problem continues to escalate. And the wicked little truth: virtually all in the treatment field see the need for long term continuing engagement, Aftercare, to reinforce and support the new ways of thinking and substance free life approach clients were introduced to in the professional setting.

Helping Others: Aftercare Recovery

Helping Others: Aftercare Recovery

Anyone who has someone in their life struggling with addiction recovery may wonder what role they can play in their loved one’s recovery. One way family and friends can support a recovering addict in an impactful way is by helping them to get their lives back on track after their recovery.