Change can be unsettling. Whether it is a restructure at work or a major pandemic, sweeping changes bring uncertainty and anxiety. Knowing how to keep your emotions in check is vital to ensure you stay healthy and are able to process change effectively. Here’s how to stay calm in times of change. [Read more]
There’s supposedly a silver lining to every cloud, but silver linings are sometimes hard to see while you’re in the middle of a crisis. When schools are closed and you’re out of work or forced to work from home, it can feel as though your world’s been turned upside down.
There are challenges when the children are around while you’re trying to get work done, when your favorite stores are closed, and you can’t get a haircut. The silver lining is that when a crisis presses the pause button on your life, you can try to use that pause productively. Here are five positive habits you might develop during a health crisis. [Read more]
Have you ever noticed your mind shows you potential but unlikely pitfalls regularly? Despite the meagerness of their prospect of blossoming, endless streams of would-be difficulties flow. Here’s how to use them for self-improvement rather than become anxious about them. First, though, it helps to know why you are presented with them. [Read more]
When you think of changing your life, you might think of something big like moving to a different country, quitting your job, or leaving your relationship. These things are definitely life-changing, but you don’t have to go to those lengths to change your life. Here are seven things you can begin doing today. [Read more]
Nothing good ever comes from feeling stressed out. A little bit of stress may be a good thing—enough to remind you to get out of bed in the morning, to call your friends and family to remind them that you care for them, or to head to bed early after feeling wiped out after a long day at work. [Read more]
The weight loss journey isn’t always the easiest journey for your self-esteem. Making the decision to get weight loss surgery will open up plenty of wounds. [Read more]