Living one day at a time keeps us in the present moment and puts the past and future into perspective, instead of us ruminating about either one.
Judgment may be a habit, maybe even something of a survival strategy, but it is like a venom that always makes us feel worse about ourselves.
Whether you’re just starting out or coming back from an injury, it can be tough to get or keep moving safely. Here is what Sandee finds helpful.
Read Sandee’s story of getting sidelined by a physical injury, and how she found the motivation to get moving again.
It’s wonderful to explore new places and things – just be sure to plan your re-entry into day-to-day life.
When one lane of a two-way street is redirected, the landscape will change in one of two ways.
People can be difficult to deal with, and our responses to them drive our thoughts and emotions, which in turn drive our behavior.
When we’re feeling troubled we think we have nothing to give, but then we discover that by giving we feel better.
This week’s self-care action is to build up your list of people who can enhance your self-care in three distinct ways.
According to mixed-media artist Jeannine Stein, even a few minutes a day of using an art journal can have profound effects on our self-care.