Teens and tweens are growing up in a 24/7 world where social media, scholastic pressure, exposure to world news and violence never stops. Kids today are experiencing more anxiety than their parents grew up with. Their world is a swirling place filled with increasing stress, fear and pressure.
Does your inner critic stalk you, waiting for the perfect moment to throw a bucket of cold water over your dreams and goals?
Whether you call it your inner critic, gremlin, or inner voice, you sure know when it shows up. It’s that little voice that pops up when you think about stepping out of your comfort zone. Maybe it whispers quietly. Maybe it shouts.
Sleep. It’s one of the most important ways to heal your body and mind without medicine. It doesn’t require special training or equipment. It’s absolutely essential for healing and restoring health. And, it’s totally free!
So, why do we bankrupt ourselves when it comes to sleeping? How can we do better?
I see you! You promised that this year you’ll have the holiday season under control. You won’t be overcommitted and exhausted again...right?
Each year I swore it would be different. It was like a juggling act. The shopping, cards, wrapping, events, decorating, traveling on top of my already busy life got to the point that it wasn’t fun anymore. I overextended myself by saying yes too often.
Hey, Empty Nesters! This one’s for you. Now that your kids are off on their own, how are you doing?
We get so many messages about how we should feel when the kids leave home that leave us full of guilt and confusion.
If you’re sad and find yourself melting down into a puddle, friends may tell you to get over it.