It’s travel season! Get some tips to save your sanity by Sheila Johnson of WellSheila.net.
Affordable Ideas for Effective Self-Care By guest blogger Sheila Johnson
The term “self-care” is prevalent in today’s society, but it’s often confused with self-indulgence or “treating yourself.” In reality, self-care is simply about taking the time and effort to invest in your mental and physical well-being. According to Everyday Health, self-care can also help people cope with everyday stress. Incorporating self-care into your daily life […]
Aging Gracefully With Yoga and Meditation by guest blogger Harry Cline
The aging process can be difficult, but that doesn’t mean you have to become inactive! Low-impact exercises are great for keeping your energy up while keeping your joints happy. Over the past decade, yoga and meditation have become particularly popular with seniors for their physical and mental benefits. If you’re looking to join in, here’s […]
How about a piece of pie?
I am fat. About 4 months ago, I looked into the mirror, and I didn’t recognize myself anymore. I looked hard at a recent photo of myself, and I wasn’t able to deny that I have really gained weight. Now I’m not deluding myself; I’m not morbidly obese. I already knew I was fat because […]
5 Tips for the Anxious Holiday Host by guest blogger Jennifer Scott of Spiritfinder.org
5 Tips for the Anxious Holiday Host Getting family together over the holidays can be stressful for anyone, and if you have anxiety, the pressure of entertaining on top of family tension can be enough to send your blood pressure soaring. That feeling can be discouraging when what you really want is to enjoy […]
My Life is My Laboratory
One of the benefits of working from my home providing online counseling is to have a pet nearby. Often I’ll have a cat on my lap, or maybe even climbing up to my shoulder, and I never mean to be distracting! Sometimes a dog will even come visit. For folks who have worked with me, […]