Can we talk about mindfulness, and three simple steps women can take to get to that place?
If you are reading this it means you’ve either made it to the end of your work-week, or you’re concerned about personal self-care.
Need a simple process to help you NOT spend your entire day cleaning? Here you’ll find seven steps to show you how. …Some years ago I learned a tip that changed my entire life as it related to tackling the weekend chores. And it was just what my family needed;
Going back to school can be stressful enough, even in normal circumstances; however, going back to school in the middle of a pandemic brings on a level of stress and anxiety that can probably only be described as…overwhelming. Is this working?
Here recently, I had the opportunity to have a conversation with some educators, parents, and students from Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee. It was interesting to hear the similarities not only in measures taken (or not taken) to prepare and protect students and teachers for returning to school (both in-person and on-line); but it was also surprising and profound to learn just how much mental health is being affected, particularly in the teachers expected to give the instruction.
We could choose to ignore feelings of sorrow, heaviness and grief, but eventually it will all build up and catch us off guard. We’ll wonder, “Why am I so irritated, angry, sad, or withdrawn.” It may be due to grief or our inability to properly deal with it. And 2020 has brought its share of it…grief that is.