Have you been feeling exhausted, disinterested, and overwhelmed lately? If so, you’re not alone. Burnout is a common problem affecting many professionals and caregivers who juggle work and personal life demands. A recent study found that 89% of American workers experience burnout, and 77% are currently experiencing it. But how do you know if you’re on the road to burnout, and how can you prevent it? In this article, we will explore the warning signs of burnout and provide actionable tips for self-care to help you break the cycle and achieve a state of blissful well-being. So, let’s dive in and learn how to transform from burnout to bliss.
How to Prioritize Self-Care With a Demanding Work Life
Have you ever felt like there need to be more hours in the day to prioritize self-care while juggling a demanding work life? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, research shows that 44% of Americans feel that job-related stress impacts their physical health. Neglecting self-care…
Is Life Kicking Your @$$? Self-Care is the Solution
If you’re feeling overwhelmed and like life is kicking your ass, it’s time to take a step back and focus on self-care. In this blog article, I talk about how self-care is the solution to life’s problems and why it’s crucial to make time for yourself in today’s hectic world.
Authentic Self-Care is not Pampering; It’s So Much More
People use these terms interchangeably, but that’s not accurate. Many also get what authentic self-care is mixed up. Self-love is necessary for authentic self-care to happen. Without self-love, you may have the strength for self-preservation but not self-care. Read the blog post to unpack this more.
What You Need to Know About the Adaptogen Ashwagandha
Web MD hates the title of this article. Their website claims that there’s “little evidence” that Ashwagandha is an adaptogen. Still, the following sentence says it “contains chemicals that may calm the brain, reduce inflammation, lower inflammation, lower blood pressure, and alter the immune system.”…
Ways To Love Yourself More
We all have days (or weeks, months, or years) when we don’t feel like our best selves. So, if you struggle with self-love, you’re not alone. If you’re ready to learn how to love yourself more and unlock more joy and satisfaction in your life, then you’re in the right place. With just a few simple strategies, you can show yourself more love and kindness daily. This article offers tips to help you build a better relationship with yourself, so you can create a life you truly enjoy. From forgiving yourself to being mindful of your self-talk to creating a self-love ritual, you can take these steps right now to start living your most fulfilling life.
This One Thing is the Secret to a Great Life
Do you want to know the secret to a great life? Who doesn’t, right? The answer is right under your nose. It’s both simple and complex at the same time. Deep down, you probably know it already. It’s something that seems so obvious, yet so many people struggle with putting it into practice. The mind-blowing part is that we’re born doing it, but as we learn more about life, we forget how to have a great one. We forget the secret. It gets lost in the pressure of social conditioning. What is this long-lost secret?
Failing to Love Yourself is Ruining Your Life
If that title grabbed your interest then one of two things is true. Either failing to love yourself is ruining your life, or you love yourself so much that you had to see how I could make such a ludicrous claim. I’m guessing it’s the first one. If so, you’ll want to keep reading as we explore what happens when you fail to love yourself.
It’s Not a Hoax: Affirmations Can Rewire Your Brain
It may sound like a hoax but science proves it. You can repair and build new connections, or “rewire”, your brain. There are several ways to do this. One method that has been helpful to me is positive affirmations. This article focuses on the science behind rewiring your brain, and why affirmations can help you overcome depressive and anxious thoughts.
Feeling Grateful? How to Keep that Feeling All Year
I’m writing this blog post a few days before Thanksgiving 2022 and it has me thinking. It’s the same thing I wonder about every year at this time. Why don’t we focus on feeling grateful all year long? It’s easy to get caught up in…