Embrace The Simple Things This Holiday Season

Embrace The Simple Things This Holiday Season

You know what they say?  Sometimes the little things can end up being the most special – especially around the holidays. It’s common to feel like you have to get everyone the perfect gifts, prepare the perfect food and overall have a perfect day. A holiday or...
Adding More Creativity Into Your Life

Adding More Creativity Into Your Life

Creativity can present itself in a number of ways. Whether it’s doing something spontaneous, making art, or thinking outside the box.  Being creative can take some stress off your shoulders and stretch your mindset in positive ways.  Here’s how you can add more...
We Can’t Please Everyone – And That’s Okay

We Can’t Please Everyone – And That’s Okay

Being empathetic and taking someone else’s feelings into consideration are both great traits to have.  However, too much of anything isn’t healthy. Yes –  it’s important to value the people around you. But you have to show yourself that same care and...
Saying Goodbye To Negative Self-Talk

Saying Goodbye To Negative Self-Talk

Have you ever accomplished a goal and instead of celebrating you felt like you could have accomplished it sooner or another way? You have so much to be proud of and giving yourself that reminder is the key to a positive mindset! Quieting down that negative voice in...
Flexing Your Social Muscles To Strengthen Connections

Flexing Your Social Muscles To Strengthen Connections

Finding a balance for factors in your life is an important part of your well-being. Especially when it comes to your social life.  Taking the time to form connections with people and step outside your bubble can give you memories that will last a lifetime. Connect...
The Power of Positivity

The Power of Positivity

Almost all of us have heard the phrase “stay positive” but have you ever sat down and taken the time to think about what it really means?  Positivity has the power to not only shake off feelings of stress but it can also build up your own self-compassion. Looking at...