It’s ok to be fluid! Alright alright alright! It’s wonderful to set goals and plan but it’s ok to fluid and go with the flow too. It just depends on how you are. I’ve always been more ok I’m doing this oh! No I’m gonna go do that now, just depending on what’s happening or what’s come up. Raising a child with autism has made me have to be that way and I’ve kind of always felt like that’s not good to be that way no I need to plan it all out and follow it perfectly but that’s not me. And that’s ok. Feeling good about myself or you feeling good about yourself is what’s gonna lead to better productivity anyway and help you enjoy life more! So yes, set goals, make a plan, then allow yourself to work through that your way. You’ll actually get more done.
Many of us work from home. Those that don’t sort of envy that but they don’t realize it’s more challenging than they think! One thing that we can do to help ourselves is create a work environment that we want to be in, that inspires us. Check out these awesome home office spaces and get inspired!
That’s right, these ten yoga poses for weight loss will help you achieve your fitness goals faster! Most people don’t connect yoga with weight loss, yet if you step into an advanced class at a yoga studio you’ll see the crowd is full of toned, healthy individuals. This is because yoga, when done routinely and correctly, is actually an incredibly powerful weight-loss tool. You’ll notice your muscles burn and shake with energy as you hold a balanced position, which means that you’ve engaged the muscle, in much the same way you engage it while lifting weights. Furthermore, when you activate muscles, your body also speeds up your heart, burning calories and fat. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite yoga poses for weight loss. These poses engage large muscle groups that are very effective for burning calories. Some of them are also quite challenging, so they’ll help you build lean muscle throughout your body. See them HERE.
Having struggled much of my life with what I would call “very severe” anxiety disorder, I deeply appreciate anything that contributes positively to our mental health. I don’t think depression has been a big problem for me unless having to deal with the anxiety gets me down OR something painful happens, however, as I age and realize more about myself and life, I know it’s best for me to keep my brain as happy as possible! I’d love it if you’d read this article and learn more about Turmeric and how it can help you greatly improve your mental health. Read it HERE.
If you have a dream in your heart to create something great or build something great, whether for yourself, your family or because it’s just in you, you can do it! No matter where you come from or what you been through, you can overcome and accomplish anything! Read these awesome rags to riches stories HERE.
We’ve all been there. I actually just came out of what was like a two year funk! I thought my drive and creativity would never return. In my case, I was going through something really hard personally but many things can contribute to a funk. One thing I knew to do was hang in there. Sometimes you’re in the kind of funk that requires a major change but in my case I knew I should just hold steady because I still loved the idea of what I do. Read this great article from The Daily Muse HERE on tips to help you get out of a funk.
Though I’m hoping for spring to come sooner, I don’t have too much trust in the shadow or lack thereof. For me, I prefer to celebrate Groundhog Day with the movie instead, watching Bill Murray live the same day over and over again. In honor of the popular 1993 comedy, I thought I’d help you overcome the most common spending mistakes you keep repeating so you can beat the cycle before going broke. Here are seven common spending mistakes consumers make over and over again.
So I went on the opposite ends of the spectrum here. Fight Like a Girl is definitely awesome but also more intense while Dancing Naked in Fussy Red Slippers embraces letting yourself go and making a little fun of life. I really enjoyed them both. Fight Like a Girl has been out for quite a while and many of you may be familiar with it but it is really inspirational and Lisa Bevere certainly nails what it’s it like to be a woman who feels displaced in life. She encourages women and girls to appreciate the power of womanhood AND displacement and to not be afraid to “fight like a girl”. How does a girl fight? According to Lisa, and I agree, she fights through prayer, the power of the Holy Spirit and using the powerful word of God. You’ll love it! Dancing Naked in Fuzzy Red Slippers by Carmen Richardson reads like a diary. It’s so funny because I could so relate to all of her daily experiences. If we think about it, we …
If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times. Women everywhere seem to say the same thing about their male partners and it goes like this: ‘He just shuts off to emotion! He never tells me how he is feeling!’ Or ‘He’ll leave the room and refuse to talk about it!’ Read on HERE.
I really got to doing some research last week on what our body tells us. I do think it tells us what it needs and what is not healthy or even toxic to our mind body and spirit. I found this great article on this subject and wanted to share it with you. Read it HERE.