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Although the holidays may be filled with fun, families, and friends, they can sometimes feel overwhelming. Here are eight practical tips to cultivate your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being throughout the holiday season.
Hate the holidays? Do you have the holiday blues? If “Grinch” is your middle name and your mantra is “bah humbug,” this article is for you. Turn those frowns upside down and find some peace.
It's easy to get caught up in buying presents during the holiday season. Regardless of the shopping plans you have for this year, don't forget about these three gifts, which can bring greater happiness than any material object and don't cost a penny.
You can move from a sense of understanding and awareness (reactions) to a state of actions (responses) of your consciousness. As you progress along this path, you can effect change within and without.
Are you ready for a daily dose of vitamin G (gratitude) to help you hold on to the goodness and good wishes for the future? Let's dive in.
Affirmations have made their way into the mainstream over the last several years. You may have even tried a few without fully understanding their purpose, or how to use them effectively, for your greatest benefit. Affirmations are incredibly useful and beneficial tools that enhance the quality of your life, but it’s important to lay a foundation for how to integrate them effectively.
Many of us have taken to social media as a form of entertainment and our main source of interaction over the past few months, and because of this, it is important for us to be mindful of how we are using these platforms to foster our growth and understanding of ourselves and the world around us.
Empowerment can feel far out of reach during difficult times. Read how you can take back your power by directing your attention and intention toward things that matter most to you.
La palabra "empoderamiento" sugiere algo muy deseable, a saber, estar a cargo de tu propia vida. Pero el empoderamiento personal parece estar fuera de alcance en tiempos difíciles: una pandemia mundial crea incertidumbre, dificultades económicas, miedo al contagio y un aumento generalizado de la ansiedad, la depresión y la violencia doméstica. ¿Quién no se siente impotente en un momento así?