Trish Tutton often speaks of a moment many of us have experienced. A moment that amid all the craziness, you find yourself coming up for air and realize you’re not living the life you want. Your life is fine, but not exceptional, and you can’t exactly remember how you got here. You’re coasting. Often these moments come with an unforeseen…
Can you break out the ice cream and play REM’s “Everybody Hurts” when you have broken up with a friend? Sure…and this meditation may help things along.
Ever thought of your to-do list as the breeding ground for self-growth? If your to-do list isn’t serving your mental health, here’s how to change that.
Before you let your work brain try and run away with 5 tasks at once, pay attention on purpose with this simple mindfulness-based meditation.
Take the transformation of this season to inspire the achievement of your goals.
You are conscious about how much water you drink, how much you exercise…but what about how you sit? This mindfulness exercise will help you to stop slouching. Your mama would be proud.
On the outside, you are sweet as pie. On the inside, you may have a sour note or two. Here’s a meditation to do when you find yourself with a mean inner voice.
Instagram, meditate, yoga, drink celery juice, feed dog…and that’s just before 8 am. If you are running at top speed most of the time, this meditation is for you. If you can sit still long enough, that is.
Holistic nutritionist, interior designer, and former actress, Lisa Goldberg, shares her thoughts on anxiety, mindfulness and hugs.
Scroll. Click. Comment. Repeat. When is social media a good source of entertainment and information and when is it just plain unhealthy?