Have you been feeling burnt out lately? Stressed? Overwhelmed? How about exhausted? Feeling burnt out is incredibly common Feeling burnt out has become all too common, especially among young adults. If you google "millennial burnout" you get so many hits you don't even know where to start! There are a few different reasons why it is believed that millennial are the "burnout generation", but not everyone believes that it's true. Many older adults believe that millennials are too sensitive, or … [Read more...] about Feeling Burnt Out? How millennials became the burnout generation.
Life's biggest stressors are often attributed to the responsibilities we have in our lives. Our responsibilities as adults, employees, lovers, friends... basically our responsibilities towards being an active and contributing member of society. But what I often see with myself and with my clients, is that we tend to take responsibility for more than what's ours. This post is going to be all about managing stress by learning how to identify your responsibilities. Because the last thing we want to … [Read more...] about How To Manage Stress: Identify Your Responsibilities
Sitting is the new smoking - isn’t that what people are saying? How many of us are sitting down for the majority of our day without integrating any movement into our lives? Most of us use excuses like we don’t have time for exercise, we hate exercising, or we don’t know how to exercise for our bodies. But these are all just excuses. Let me share with you 5 exercise ideas for a healthier life. Nature designed us to move Not too long ago, most people were active in their day-to-day lives. In … [Read more...] about 5 Exercise Ideas for a Healthier Life
How often have you felt like your thoughts take over your life? Or that your brain never ever stops? Or that you're always thinking, even when you're not actively thinking? What if this kind of thinking, this never-ending brain activity that goes nowhere important, might be contributing to the stress and anxiety you experience in your daily life? All of our automatic thoughts are conditioned From a young age, we experience the world and learn every single step of the way. What we … [Read more...] about 5 Steps to Practice Mindfulness to Reduce Fear and Anxiety
As I've discussed in a previous post, I have anxiety. It hits at random times, and often seems unexplainable. I had my first panic attack last year and since then I haven't been quite the same. Now that I'm aware of my anxiety, I recognize it almost every day. But I won't let it take over my life. I do some things to avoid feeling anxious, but I will never let it tell me what I can and cannot do. As I learn to live with it, I have found four important things that … [Read more...] about 4 Effective Ways to Reduce Anxiety