As an adventurer of emotional and physical wellness, I often find that there are so many unconventional tools that aren’t utilized to decrease ongoing anxiety. The most used tools are exercise or meditation; however, there is another ground-breaking option that you can add to your mindfulness tool belt. Adult coloring books has been a trend since 2012, but it has reached astounding heights of popularity in the emotional wellness realm. Being the mindfulness adventurer that I am, I decided to place a temporary hold on traditional meditation, and take part in some good old fashion coloring.
Weekly self-reflection benefits our emotional well-being and prevents life regrets. I find that without weekly self-reflection, I get a little lost, and I lose site of my goals and values. I also start allowing others to influence me in ways that are opposite of my thinking and behaviors. Look, fck human beings and live your best life. Continue reading “Weekly Self-Reflection: Fck Human Beings”
Lady Gaga got it right in her speech at Yale when she emphasized the realization that we unconsciously lie to ourselves and to others. As my last post titled Dictate Your Own Happiness stated, sometimes we give too much of our power to other people instead of making our own happiness. Continue reading “Lady Gaga: Unconsciously Communicating Lies”
In my own journey of health and wellness, I noticed that the thoughts and behaviors of others were dictating my happiness. We often allow others to have too much power in our life decisions. You only live one life, and you alone have the power to dictate your own happiness without considering the opinions of others. Continue reading “Dictate Your Own Happiness”
Whatever job you have, healthy eating during your lunch break can be rather difficult. For one week, I designed my own Curvy Girl Challenge and decided that I would only eat salads for lunch during my lunch break. I am ecstatic with the results. Continue reading “Healthy Eating: One Week Lunch Break Challenge”