So, by reading this blog you’re participating in an undeniable habit many of us can relate to: a strong devotion to technology. Whether we want to accept it or not, it lurks around every corner. While there are countless advantages, such as creating convenient alternatives to normally mundane tasks, technology often becomes our standard comfort. Waiting
This week the pop culture (and tween/teen) world let out a universal “OMG.” The reason? Taylor Swift dropped her new, “edgier” album that unapologetically declared her cross over from country to pop completed in full. Admittedly, I have not listened to the album- I’m at an age where I really have to think on it
“Deeper, slower, quieter and more regular.” Sounds easy, right? Well, we all could use a little practice and in doing so we might calm our mind as well. In this clip, Dr. Weil discusses why breathwork matters and how it can have an overall affect on your well-being.
The work and process of therapy sometimes involves nurturing our curiosity, delving deep into the hidden layers of our experiences, and connecting the dots between the past and the present to uncover some meaning. Other times, it is about doing what we can to put one foot in front of the other and breathe.
This week the dichotomy of “sleep and waking” really stood out to me. For one, the days are getting shorter and as this happens we tend to naturally want more sleep. Our bodies want to flow with the natural rhythm of the seasons but often times it is hard to adjust to this new pattern.
Author Henry Miller had a good point. So often it seems like our destination or “better life” will come with a new relationship, a promotion at work, or once everyone else changes their ways. The good news is that we actually have a whole lot of say in our own circumstances and if we’re open to
Hey everyone! This week was… interesting. Sometimes we just have to accept that not everything we want to do will always get done. Judging ourselves and striving for perfectionism won’t accomplish anything, in fact it will have you trying to be something you just might not be at that moment. And that is ok. For
“People who have a strong sense of love and belonging believe they’re worthy of love and belonging… that’s it. They believe they’re worthy.” Brene Brown touches on the subject of vulnerability and the idea that believing YOU are good enough, having the courage to love yourself for who YOU are, and being OK in the