Limitations are only as limiting as my mind allows them to be. I look at having physical challenges as an opportunity to think creatively and still succeed. Having right shoulder issues is debilitating but I avoid the urge to remain sedentary. I research options for exercise that protect my back while allowing me to stay … Continue reading Physical challenges build mental toughness
As mums, everyday we are juggling responsibilities at home and work, which often results not being able to find the time to drink a hot cup of tea let alone finding time to sit down and meditate. While we are trying to organise our days, we can still start living more meditatively right now.
Chi Kung (also known as Gi Gong) is a marvelous form of mind-body exercise, as it combines breathing techniques with precise movements and mental concentration. If you practice chi kung regularly, you will reap many benefits; your energy levels will increase while your stress levels fall, improvement in flexibility and inner focus. As well improved concentration and even an increase in creativity and inspiration.
Is caffeine good or bad for you? Some would say to avoid it, others love it. Up to 80-90% of adults ingest caffeine every day. Should you?