Stress. It seems to be the constant that we can’t escape due to our busy lives, the news, and everyday challenges. If you’re like me, stress can sometimes take over, draining the mind and body. While I do practice mindfulness, stress can be triggered easily by what’s going on in
Life is too short to not spoil yourself. You’re worth it, especially after a long week. What I love about self-care is that you don’t need a fancy spa with a gigantic price tag. Self-care should be fun, effortless, and as inexpensive as possible. For a nice dose of zen,
Summer is here, a time when we embrace the ever-needed vacation both mentally and physically. Ironically, the summer can still be challenging because we are trying to fit everything in. So, what can you do about it? Use this season to catch-up on self-care to simmer the summer tizzies. As
I am an avid cheerleader of essential oils and using them in my daily life to cultivate increased balance, calm and rest and relaxation. Through my personal journey in the oil sector, I continue to learn about the benefits of essential oils and am thrilled to share a few tips on
Spring cleaning isn’t just for the home and office–our minds require that same cleanse a few times a year, if not more. Decluttering the brain is imperative as it allows the psyche to breathe, detox, and move forward with greater calm, ease, and clarity. In today’s hectic world our mind
I recently received a message from someone wanting to learn about my morning zen routine. Each day my morning consists of coffee as it’s paramount, but while that’s brewing, I settle into my meditation space for ten minutes and embrace in those moments of mindfulness to reflect on the new
Mindfulness practices are vital since they bring us to the present moment specifically at challenging times. Below are a few practices worth trying: – Compassion Pause: Taking 3 mins to find compassion for yourself and others. – Slow Flow or Kundalini Yoga: Slower based Yoga that allows for deeper concentration.