Are you living authentically? Are you showing-up as yourself and for yourself every day? Are you acknowledging and hornoring your truth? Are you living by your beliefs and values?
Self-care is often thought of as an aftermath. It’s thought of as a reward for hard work or getting through a tough time. It should be seen , however, as a prerequisite for mental health and well-being.
There is still a huge stigma attached to mental health. But in honor of Mental Health Awareness month,I’m giving you permission to check-in with yourself and attend to your mental and emotional needs. There’s no shame, only gains!
We often spend our time rewinding to the past or fast-forwarding to the future. Today, Karelle will lead you through a grounding exercise called 5-4-3-2-1 to help you play the moments.
Too often, we are focused on where we need to go and forget where we are now. Although setting goals and envisioning our future gives us a path to follow, fully being where our feet are is what allows us to embrace our pace.
Have you ever tried to practice mindfulness? Let me guess, you sat or laid on the floor, closed your eyes and attempted to achieve a blank mind? After 20 minutes of trying, you thought “I can’t do this” and decided that mindfulness just wasn’t for you!
This week, you will use a simple tool to remind yourself to focus on things within your control.
As a former collegiate athlete, I’ve struggled with allowing myself to live in the moment and oftentimes planned ahead....I felt like I was going through a period of uncertainty, questioning everything, and soul-searching for my next journey.
This week, we will use a simple tool to remind you to set clear boundaries and stick to them.
This week's tips are easy reminders to embrace your pace and stay focused on your goals.