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Aug 282020
 

3 Ways to Better Understand Your Emotions

Many struggle to identify what exactly they’re feeling, and often times the most obvious label isn’t actually the most accurate. Because of society, culture, and family rules about ignoring or suppressing them, many people don’t even recognize that they’re feeling anything. But it leaks out in inappropriate ways. But when we’re able to accurately label what we’re feeling, we can decide how to address the issue.

Use Guided Imagery For Relaxation

Both guided imagery and relaxation are amazing remedies for stress and anxiety. The benefits have long ranging mental, emotional and physical effects. This article gives some specific instructions and tips on how to practice this effective technique.

A quick technique to overcome procrastination

Procrastination sabotages your productivity, effectiveness, and can impact your relationships. It’s designed to have you put off what might be boring, uncomfortable or unpleasant. But those tasks still need to be done, and putting them off means that you waste your time and energy. This article shows you 4 steps and several tips to break the habit of procrastination.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Nov 072019
 

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How to Use a 5 Minute Journal to Invest in Your Happiness
A journal doesn’t just have to be about what you’ve accomplished (though that can boost your mood) or exploring your emotions. It can be about accessing your inner knowing to give yourself guidance and motivation. Most of all, it’s a way to improve your relationship with yourself. Here are 5 ways you can journal with yourself and set yourself up for your best life.

8 Ways to Be More Mindful at Work
It’s difficult to find a balance between your professional and personal lives, with all the overwhelm that technology brings. In this busy world, self-care isn’t an indulgence, it’s a necessity. Mindfulness helps you to recuperate, with the added benefit of increasing your productivity. This article included a great infographic that can give you some great tips on reducing your stress.

Feeling Intensely: The Wounds of Being “Too Much”
Have you been told that you see too much, hear too much, or think too much? Many people have been shamed for this. If you have, then you may be what’s called a “highly sensitive person.” This article state five components many psychologists consider comprises this trait. Discovering that you’re highly sensitive can lift much of the self-doubt and feelings of loneliness.

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Feb 222019
 

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Why Mindfulness Is the Ultimate Habit for Success
You create habits around every area of your life. They free your mind up to focus on the situations that need new decisions. Developing the habit of mindfulness can help you in making those decisions and improve every aspect of your life.

I’m a neurosurgeon, and there’s a 4-step strategy anyone can use to make good habits stick
To build better habits, you should understand how your brain reacts to your behavior. When you establish the right foundation, desirable habits become automatic. Follow these 4 suggestions to create the right atmosphere to create a new habit that will become permanent.

15 Journaling Exercises to Help You Heal, Grow, and Thrive
Documenting your thoughts on paper can acknowledge past, distressing experiences so you can process them and reduce their pain. Studies show that journaling reduce mental and physical pain, improve depression, and improve health. Writing down your thoughts can also be a way of sorting out your thoughts and help your creativity.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart