Do you ever feel like your head is stuck in a fog and you can’t concentrate or think clearly? It’s happened to all of us. Brain fog is no joke. When you can’t string two thoughts together enough to focus on important tasks or remember important details (like why you walked into a room), it’s […]
Snowflakes & holiday parties are lovely, but the reality is that winter can be tough for many people. It’s dark. It’s cold. The trees are bare, and the grass has turned brown. Everything looks gloomy. Shorter days mean you’re probably driving to and from work in the dark. And instead of exercising, maybe you’re binge-watching
How to Get Started + Pick The Essential Oils That Are Best For YOU. A few days ago I came across a meme that got me thinking about the power of smell. I wish I could remember the details, but I can’t (at least not completely), which is funny because it was about our ability
Plus, Five Science-Backed Health Benefits That Will Convince You to Start Now. You might say “thank you” with the intention of making someone else feel good and appreciated, but did you know practicing gratitude benefits YOU just as much as those around you? It’s true! Now… I know that this whole “gratitude thing” isn’t new
It’s no secret that the topic of dairy consumption is a source of confusion for many people. Is milk actually good for you? Is low-fat better? Or should you consume full-fat dairy instead? And what about raw milk? The debate can get heated and divisive. But not everything you read about the ills of full-fat
Marcus Aurelius once said, “You have power over your mind, not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.” The power of your mind is undeniable. So, how can you start to harness that inner strength and create a more positive, fulfilling life? The answer may be easier than you think: Start practicing affirmations.
Holidays are a welcomed break from the normal humdrum of life – but sometimes, what you thought was going to be a break actually causes more anxiety or stress. While there’s often a lot of pressure for festivities to be all about fun, the holiday aftermath can leave you feeling tired, drained, and in search
Whether it’s work, running errands, or trying to maintain an active social life, our lives seem to bustle by in a flurry these days. Without much of a bink, weeks turn into months, and the months seem to fly by as we try and stay on top of our unending list of tasks and to-dos.
It’s not uncommon for many of us to have thoughts and conversations running inside our heads. It could be your to-do list for the day, a random observation about your surroundings, or it could be your own self-talk. Self-talk is defined as the dialogue you have going on inside your head. It can be either
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” The lights are twinkling, the hot cocoa is poured, and you’re cozied up to a warm fireplace with your loved ones. For many, this is a season of family, laughter, and celebration. But, it’s also a time of year that can get even the jolliest of us
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” The lights are twinkling, the hot cocoa is poured, and you’re cozied up to a warm fireplace with your loved ones. For many, this is a season of family, laughter, and celebration. But, it’s also a time of year that can get even the jolliest of us stressed