Mindfulness is definitely a buzz word in the wellness space and is getting a lot of attention in the media recently. For good reason, though, as there is an increasing amount of evidence that shows it’s effectiveness at lowering your risk for depression, while also reducing stress, and in turn lowering your risk of developing illness or disease. But what exactly is mindfulness, and how can you put it to use in your day-to-day life?
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If you feel like your schedule is all over the place and you’re frustrated that there just never seems to be enough time in the day to get everything done, let alone find time to exercise, meal plan, or do those typical healthy lifestyle activities – this one’s for you.
I used to believe that my highly sensitive nature was a curse.
I felt everything so deeply, life felt very rough. And with our world putting so much emphasis on logical and rational thinking, my emotional and vulnerable nature became something I was ashamed of.
Something I felt called to hide and suppress.
But there was a pivotal moment in my life where I learned that this vulnerability wasn’t something to hide – but something to recognize as my greatest strength.
I’ve tried Fitbits, Garmin, three different smartwatches and even one by a company that no longer exists called Jawbone but I will always keep coming back to this one fitness tracker because it’s truly the whole package.
In this episode I’m going to share 5 reasons why this fitness tracker is my favorite wearable for women, especially if stress management is a priority for you.
Streamlining your life is pillar two of the Ultimate Life Survival Guide, and in order to do this we have to learn how to triage our to-do list and see what we can do to set up a system or process that removes as many things from our to-do list as possible. This is the key to lowering our stress and feeling more in control.
I’m going to share one method that I teach inside of the Survival Guide community that you can start putting into practice right now. And that means we’re taking a little mental trip to Japan.
We know we do this.
We know other people do this.
But for some reason, when it comes to our self-talk we’ve chosen to selectively forget that we know everyone does this and feel shame because we think we’re the only ones.
What I’m I talking about here?