Today is the first working day of the year! I don't know about you but I AM PUMPED!! I spent New Year's Eve reviewing my past intentions for 2020 and working on new intentions for 2021, and I'm so ready for the new year I can hardly stand it. One of my intentions for 2021 is to invite more joy and balance into my life by HAVING MORE FUN! Play more games, try a new hobby, make new friends, and share more laughs. Trust me -when you love your work as much as I do that's a big as
💜 Compassion is the humane quality of understanding the suffering of others, and wanting to do something about it. 💜 When you have compassion, you're putting yourself in someone else's shoes and really feeling for them. 💜 When you feel compassion for someone, you really want to help out. 💜 Compassion includes the desire to take actions that will alleviate another person's distress. The world needs compassion now more than ever. Here are just a few ways we can show it: ✔️R
Mindfulness is a real-life skill that helps us stay calm and maintain focus in the midst of real-life challenges. But with the near-continuous updates on the Coronavirus, it can be easy for mindfulness to slip from our awareness and instead anxiously fixate on the health and safety of our family and loved ones.
While you should, of course, take all necessary precautions and follow the guidelines of Government agencies, medical professionals, and reputable news sources, it mi
It's Friday! We made it! To make sure you get the most out of your weekend (or really any day of the week) the Havard Business Review offers these 5 great tips that'll take 10 minutes or less to complete: 🔸 Do one more small task - This way you end your day on a positive note of completion. 🔸 Write a to-do list - On paper or digitally, make a record of all the tasks you need to accomplish the next day, ideally in order of importance. 🔸 Straighten up your work area - Puttin
Stress has a sneaky way of wreaking havoc on our minds and bodies, and the worst part is, we sometimes only realise this when it's too late. According to the American Institute of Stress if you exhibit any of the following symptoms, you may be suffering from chronic stress: 1. Frequent headaches, jaw clenching or pain 2. Neck ache, back pain, muscle spasms 3. Dry mouth, problems swallowing 4. Frequent urination 5. Difficulty in making decisions 6. Reduced work efficiency or
So I've been on a recent kick to re-establish my personal and professional boundaries, and boy have I learned a lot.
For a giver like me, setting boundaries can be especially difficult because my natural tendency is to help. Support. Fix. "Be Nice".
But as my business grows I've had to be more frugal in managing my resources - emotional and otherwise.
It's been tough. When people are not used to you setting boundaries they may find it difficult to accept the fact that th