This month we've been talking about success, failure, setting goals and dreaming big. We should all have big dreams to pursue, life should be interesting and more than just clocking in and clocking out. What is the point of life if not to try to reach for the stars? Reaching for the stars can be
We've all heard the jokes about the midlife crisis, especially in men - the red convertable, gym membership, maybe a divorce and a trophy wife are in the mix - those things are cliche, but the midlife crisis isn't necessarily. What is a Midlife Crisis? A midlife crisis is an existential crisis of identity. Often
Every day there's something in the news or online that is terrifying. It could be another school shooting, data breaches, anxiety about world leaders and war, climate change, etc... all of these things can make getting through each day difficult. We need more joy in our lives. We need to celebrate the little things
Spring is here! What a wonderful time to start fresh. For many people that means cleaning the house from top to bottom. Airing out the house and clearing out the cobwebs. It's great to do it for your home and even better to do some spring cleaning for your brain. What is spring cleaning for
All month long we've been talking about ways to kick anxiety to the curb. We've talked about getting more exercise and less screen time as well as joining a group or taking a class. We've offered some strategies to get unstuck from overthinking, too. Today, we're going to talk about mindfulness. Mindfulness is the ability
According to recent studies Americans sit on average 11 hours a day!! Being sedentary can lead to all kinds of health issues including obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis and even an increase in anxiety. Researchers at the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University found a correlation between a person's total sitting time each day and an increased risk of anxiety.