Note: this is Part 2 of a four-parts article about reducing your stress load. In Part 1, we explored how to prevent stress build-up. Today, we deal with what is, face on, instead of ignoring it and hoping it...
Personally, I'd rather prevent stress than manage it after the fact. Managing stress is a trendy concept, but in reality, we have a lot more control on our stress level than we might guess. Preventing what you can, then managing...
Are you trying to fit more into already overfull days? Maybe you really believe that once you've finally mastered your life to perfection, you'll be able to relax and enjoy life. But life's demands are never done once and...
Stefani, Catherine, Kamila and Emilie dancing their heart out Dance, resilience and me - I've been an avid dancer for the last 10 years, learning and challenging myself (a lot), and having fun meeting new friends while learning. As you read...
We can’t “see” ultraviolet light, because our eyes don’t have the receptors needed to detect it. Small birds see it (they have a fourth light receptor dedicated to just that). Bees also see ultraviolet light to find flowers that...
Energy or stress? It’s mid-afternoon, and you’re falling behind, unable to focus on the upcoming deadline. What’s wrong with you, you ask yourself, as you drain the last of your third coffee of the past two hours... You can’t...
If you believe you need to be on 24/7, to give your 150% at work, to eat vegan and gluten-free, run in a triathlon and make sure your kids become the next Olympian/Nobel prize, just remember that you're human,...
Are you short on time? If you’re like me and most people, there is not enough time in a day to do it all. If I had more time (or the energy to stay up all night), I could...
You lead and determine your life, everyday, through your choices and decisions. No one else does – no one else can. It's real. Are you taking the lead on your life? Think about it this way: you live the impacts...
“Maybe happiness is this: not feeling that you should be elsewhere, doing something else, being someone else.” Eric Weiner FOMO: Fear Of Missing Out. You feel paralyzed; there is so much going on, and you don't want to miss on...