How Our Emotional and Relational Trauma Creates Clutter
Life clutter shows up in many ways aside from our physical spaces. It’s a puzzle with many pieces that include unfinished to-do lists, unresolved emotions, clutter in our mind with repetitive and intrusive thoughts, build up of unresolved issues with family, friends and partners, to name a few… It’s any element of our life that […]
Knowing Your F Type and The Clutter It Creates
For many years I heard about being in fight or flight mode or being triggered and brought outside of my nervous system window. I learned that there are more than those two states we can go into when we perceive that we are unsafe. These states are now known as “f types”: fight, flight, freeze, […]
Mental Health: How Trauma Shows Up in Our Lives
Trauma has become the new buzz word. What does it really mean and how does it show up in our lives? It’s not only the big trauma’s that affects, it’s also the accumulation of small hurts that affect us deeply. Learn more in this months blog about trauma and healing from it.
Mental Health: Four Ways to Face Anxiety
Like many things in our society today, anxiety is seen as a problem and something to be fixed. The approach then becomes to address the symptoms rather than the causes, underlying issues and deeper meaning.This creates a culture of people who end up somewhere between suffering, pushing it away, avoiding it completely or focusing on the superficial ways to “fix” it that only provide bandaid, short term solutions.
Courage to Change: How To Cultivate Courage and Overcome Your Fears
When I work with people I make an effort to acknowledge that they are putting themselves in a very vulnerable position. Your home is a direct reflection of your internal states and where you are at. To have a complete stranger come into your home and bare all to them takes courage!
New Year, New Way: Striking Balance Between Creating and Allowing
The concept of creating can also be seen as “doing,” where we focus on our external world and getting things done. It can mean creating a list of desired outcomes, both internally (like being more accepting of others) and externally (working on writing each day).
AI + Accountability: Does AI Boost Workplace Wellness?
What does workplace wellness look like? In the past 50 years the workplace has changed drastically. Not too long ago the phrase “workplace wellness” was unheard of. Now it’s an important part of most organizations and something that is important to those searching for a new job. Workplace wellness varies and can include fitness centers […]
Mental Health: How Being Organized helps you develop Better Habits for Your Diet + Time Management
Habit changing tends to be a focus when we want to manage our time better. If you are having a hard time focusing on working from home or you’re dealing with ever growing to do lists, changing a habit won’t do the trick. There is always an underlying reason for your procrastination and time management […]
13 Home Organization Tips to Spruce Up Your House by Julia Weaver from Redfin|Blog
Do you have items out of place? Or clutter taking up important areas of your home? If so, it may be time to reorganize. After living somewhere for an extended period of time it’s normal for things to become unorganized or out of place. If you are ready to take the step towards organizing and […]
How To Reduce Stress In The Workplace – Teachers Edition
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