Usually when we look at our phone it can prompt a stress response. The emails, messages, shocking news, or tasks can cause our nervous system to instantly go into high alert. It’s time to shift that energy to something good and use our phone to help our mental health. We start by going to the
Regardless of annual income, or lack thereof, the only real estate that we all have guaranteed to us is our own personal space. I’m not talking the walls that house and shelter you, I’m talking about the intangible energies that embody who we are and how we conduct ourselves. We are constantly maintaining, creating, and
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Practice patience. That’s the inspiration card that hangs above my computer at work. I stuck it there because I need that kind of ‘in your face’ reminder every day. I often feel like I’m running around, trying to beat a clock somewhere only to find my patience dwindle and be replaced by an excessive supply of