I achieve my greatest potential when I allow myself to have a clear mind. Removing anxious thoughts gives me the opportunity to focus on what is ahead. Unexpected situations arise at work, but I avoid feeling uneasy about resolving them. I know that my experience is sound and serves as a guide for decision making. … Continue reading Anxiety blocks my potential
It’s a busy world. You fold the laundry while keeping one eye on the kids and another on the television. You plan your day while listening to the radio and commuting to work, and then plan your weekend. But in the rush to accomplish necessary tasks, you may find yourself losing your connection with the … Continue reading Lets Talk Mindfulness
Last night I was chilling out watching my favorite box set when I became distracted by a car alarm is blaring outside my living-room window, I was that distracted I had to get up and check what was going on, to make sure it was not my car but I also had to rewind the episode … Continue reading Make Distracting Thoughts Work for You
Juggling responsibilities at work and home can leave you feeling stressed out and fatigued. Meditation is a safe and effective way to rev up your energy levels. Here's an explanation of how meditation gives you more energy and a sample meditation to get you started.
Do you enjoy eating a bag of crisps, bar of chocolate, slice of cake or half a tub of ice cream when you are feeling sad, stressed, anxious, angry, lonely or bored? Turning to food when we are feeling these emotions, is known as emotional eating because instead of turning to food to satisfy our hunger, we are turning to food to feel some sense of comfort. But the down side of turning to food for comfort, we generally feel worse and guilty, because the original emotions that we were feeling are still there after the feeling of comfort has long gone. These food cravings we have, when we are looking for comfort can seem to leave us powerless but there is an answer and a way to stop ourselves from emotionally eating.