If you don't have the time, take it.
I’m really bummed about losing my favorite watch. I’ve been meaning to look for it but I can’t find the time.🙊Lately, I’ve been waking up late so I started sleeping outside in my herb garden. Now, I wake up on thyme. 😂 Ok. Enough of the groan-worthy time jokes. Relational health habit - about our relationships with time. 🤔 I’m really bummed about losing my favorite watch. I’ve been meaning to look for it but I can’t find the time.🙊Lately, I’ve been waking up late so I sta
The Art of the Daydream
Short and simple mental/emotional health practice. Do you practice the art of daydreaming? Mindfulness and being in the present are, no doubt, good practices. But a routine bit of daydreaming can result in a few surprising benefits: 1. It can be helpful in self-discovery, pointing us to our passions, purpose and vision. 2. It can stimulate the right brain which controls creativity and problem solving. 3. Imagining what we want to achieve is like creating an animated vision bo
Shout Out! Workout!
Give a shout out to your workout routine! Don’t have one? Then, now is the time to consider working it in to your lifestyle. A “workout” doesn’t have to be 30 minutes at the gym. Try including movement throughout the day. Be creative with things like wall push-ups, taking the stairs, intentionally parking far away to get in extra steps, raise your arms over your head often to increase movement and blood flow. Do a little research and find simple indoor routines like chair exe
Herbs and the Spice of Life
If naked food doesn’t appeal to you, then dress up your dishes and drinks with herbs and spices. They are a natural and inexpensive way to add flavor and boost the health benefits of what you eat and drink. Here are a few of the more popular ones and their nutritional value: Cinnamon has anti-diabetic properties and can lower blood sugar levels. Sage can improve brain function and memory. Peppermint helps reduce abdominal bloating and nausea. Turmeric has powerful anti-Inflam