The day starts with YOU. Everything starts with you. This is why it's so important to take card of yourself daily and relieve your stress. I share some tips in this episode that will get you pumped. Stay safe friends💙🌻
Everyday I write down 5 things I am grateful for. This helps me focus on how I have a lot to be thankful for. This practice is known to help reduce your stress and it takes just minutes to do. So grab your journal or notebook and write out your list TODAY. Stay safe friends💙🌻
Writing down things you are grateful for daily can help you relieve your stress. This is something you can do when you first wake up of in the evening before going to bed. You fan find mofd information at Verywell mind. Stay safe friends.
This week I talk about using exercise to relieve your stress. Something as simple as going for a walk can do amazing things for you. Schedule your physicals, schedule your exercise and schedule time for yourself. It all starts with you. Stay safe friends💙🌻
Dealing with difficult people at work can cause some stress. Finding ways to relieve that is inportant. I share a quick 2- minute relaxation at the end. Stay safe💙🌻. https://www.takingcharge.csh. Umn.edu/activities/other-relaxation-methods
Getting your energy back even after a stressful day can be challenging. I share two easy tips you can do anywhere and at any time. Please take time for yourself daily and relieve that stress. It all starts with you. Stay safe out there. 5 minute Energy by Isadora Baum & https://psychcentral.com/lib/learning-deep-breathing/
All three Stress styles can be relieved with meditation. This practice is as easy as paying attention to your breath and voila you are meditating. I share a quick meditation at the end and don’t forget to use your lavender essential oil. Stay safe friends.
The benefits of exercise are amazing. There are so many ways to do this and I share a few tips here. I also share a mindfulness practice to help you relieve your stress from one of my favorite books, Real World Mindfulness for beginners by Brenda Salgado. As always please take care of yourself and stay safe.
This guy wanted to share his story. He retired after 25 years and has a lot of wisdom to share. Never under estimate the power of friendship and talking to someone. Much 💙for this man. Stay safe friends.
This exercise can help you relieve the tension in your body and help you relax. It’s important to find ways to relieve your stress. Https://www.takingcharge.csh.umn.edu/activities/other-relaxation-methods
It’s more than just a day to tell others how much you love them. It’s also a great opportunity for you to tell yourself how much you love yourself. It all starts with you. You are amazing and the most important person. Stay safe out there.
Finding people who uplift you and support you is so important. You don’t have to do it alone. Look for those people. Ask for help and don’t do it alone. Don’t let stress take control of your life. Stay safe
Enjoy this moment and take in all the beauty around you. Your life is today. Remember to relax your hands and to schedule time for yourself daily. For more tips go to https://coursecraft.net/c/wellnessforyou
This week I talked about tips on where to start, getting more sleep and about the 5 day experience. I hope you find these tips helpful. You can find more tips here: https://coursecraft.net/c/Wellnessforyou
It’s hard sometimes to start but with some helpful tips and motivation, you can do it. For more helpful tips come on over and check out this great 5 day course: https://coursecraft.net/c/Wellnessforyou
Music has away to make you feel better. Make it a priority to create a go-to list for yourself and go to that when you need to destress. I have created a free 5 day course that is made to help you take better care of yourself. You can find it here: https://coursecraft.net/c/Wellnessforyou
Ask yourself what makes you happy. Seriously! We ask everyone around us, we tend to everyone’s needs, but forget to ask ourselves, what makes us happy. Find what that is and do it. Take care of yourself, DAILY.
Give yourself a break. Don’t be so hard on yourself and know that sometimes you have to take a step back and reset. Live your life the way you want to. Remember to practice stress reduction tips daily and take care of yourself. For more tips head on over to: https://coursecraft.net/c/Wellnessforyou
A huge form of stress is trying to control things that are simply out of your control. In life all we really can control is ourselves. You can control your thoughts, responses, your words and actions. You simply can’t control others. This mantra is amazing and will help you remember to let go of all of the things that are taking up your precious time.
Imagine feeling better with simple movement. Regular exercise will help boost your mood, health and well-being. It will also help reduce tension. So amazing. Start moving today to feel better. Start with 10 minutes and take it step by step.
Join me as I share this interview with you with a First Responder. He had loads of stress and wasn’t managing it at all. He speaks openly about cancer, his anxiety and how he manages his stress now. He wants to help as many people as possible with his story. Thank you Rush.
Focus on your breath. Grab a pen and paper and write this amazing mantra down. This book is amazing. Pocket Mantras by Tanaaz Chubb. Take daily steps to take better care of yourself. Don’t wait for a day off. Do it today.
Sometimes things show up and can cause total chaos. It’s important to take time daily to take care of ourselves even if it’s only five minutes. I found a great technique in the Mindfulness to go card deck by Dr. Jan Chozen Bays, MD. It’s all about looking up and looking around. I love what she wrote about opening up your field of vision and really taking a look. Amazing. Hope this helps💙🌻.
In this episode I share the practice of just pausing. Sort of like when you pause a song you’re playing or a movie. It’s important to slow down and realize that it all starts with us. As a First responder for over 20 years, I know the importance of slowing down and taking time for myself.