It can be difficult to know what to say to someone who has recently lost a loved one. Whether the grieving is a colleague, friend, family member or neighbor, words rarely seem to express our feelings of sympathy and sadness.
Quotes of the Day
For those who experience distress from an anxiety disorder, everyday life can quickly begin to feel like a living nightmare. Physical symptoms of anxiety include chest tightness, shallow breathing, sweating, and a rapid heart rate.
Let’s face it, some people just rub you the wrong way. No matter how nice you are, you still struggle to get along with them. And while you may try to keep your distance, it’s not always easy.
Self-love affirmations fuel wellbeing and equip you to deal with the challenges of relationships. It furnishes you with self-respect and the ability to make sure your needs are met. Without it, your happiness is at the mercy of the way people treat you rather than in your hands and you won’t appreciate your value.
Everyone decides, some time or another, to make a fresh start. Maybe it’s time to move on from a toxic relationship. Maybe you want to break a bad habit. Maybe you need to address an addiction, improve your health or find a new job.
There is a lot of negativity in the world today, challenging our ability and will of staying positive. From political disagreements that are tearing families apart to the existential risks of climate change and runaway technology, the negative influences are everywhere you turn.
Mother’s Day is a special day when you get to show your mother (or the mother of your children) how appreciative and grateful you are that she is in your life and all that she has sacrificed in raising you.
What does it take to slow us down? Perhaps the most useful thing COVID-19 can teach us after we go back to normality is to have an honest discussion about how we live and if our lifestyle is sustainable.
I came across a little gem of a book a few years ago – Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, and for me it truly felt life-changing.
COVID-19 PANDEMIC. It’s really scary, right? And there is a good reason that the whole world is hunkering down. This type of solidarity in hopes of “flattening the curve” and alleviating some of the burden on the healthcare system and providers serving on the front lines is inspiring, to say the least.