There isn’t much that is more relaxing to me than a bath at the end of a long day. Well sometimes at the start of a long day they are nice too. To make bath time extra special try some of these ingredients and enjoy!
Milk or Milk and Honey Time
The lactic acid in the milk will gently exfoliate your skin and the honey will soften it. Just add a few cups of milk with 1-2 tablespoons of honey to your ...Continue Reading →
The Power of Relaxation | Relaxation Tips
A spa day or a trip to your local massage center are great ways to get that lovely, relaxed feeling we all crave. With our busy lifestyles and never-ending to-do lists it can sometimes feel as if relaxation is some kind of unattainable goal, but there are plenty of ways that you can relax and step away from stress without having to go too far or spend too much. Take a look at these ...Continue Reading →
A setback in your self esteem can be an almost debilitating blow. Job losses, break-ups, and fights with your best friend or gaining five pounds after losing twenty can all set you back. The list of potential setbacks in your self esteem is endless. No matter what event or bad day has thrown you back, however, you can make a comeback. You can regain your self esteem.
Understanding Self Esteem
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Day 30 of our 30 Day Stress Reduction and Relaxation Challenge
It’s hard to believe but today is Day 30 in our series about relaxation and reducing stress. We’ve gone over a lot and we hope you’ve found this helpful. We’d appreciate a quick comment, message or email to let us know if this is something you’ve enjoyed, found helpful, and if you’ve learned a thing or two. Of course we also hope that you’ve been following along, working on ...Continue Reading →
Day 29 of our 30 Day Stress Reduction and Relaxation Challenge
As you’re working your way through this series or challenge about reducing stress and relaxing more, a lot of the tweaks and changes we’re suggesting may seem fairly small. Today we’re putting things into perspective and will show you how all this small stuff starts to add up to some big change.
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Day 28 of our 30 Day Stress Reduction and Relaxation Challenge
The skill of prioritizing is a key tool in your ability to manage stress. It allows you to look at a set of tasks and determine which are the most important so that you can put your focus into completing those first. You can then give your time and energy to the most important parts of your day at the expense of activities lower on the list.
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Day 27 of our 30 Day Stress Reduction and Relaxation Challenge
Fidgeting and doodling is good for you!
How often were you told to sit still and stop fidgeting when you were a kid? How about having your doodles taken away from you? As it turns out, fidgeting and doodling is actually good for you and a great way to relief tension and stress. Take a minute to read today’s blog post and learn more. We’ve even included plenty of ideas for ...Continue Reading →
Day 26 of our 30 Day Stress Reduction and Relaxation Challenge
Do you have a hobby or are you doing something creative like writing for fun, painting, or doing metal or woodworking? There are some really great benefits to these hobbies and creative pursuits. They are good for the soul, help you think outside the box in your regular job, and of course help you de-stress and bring balance to your life.
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Day 25 of our 30 Day Stress Reduction and Relaxation Challenge
It’s ok to be a little selfish sometimes.
In today’s quick stress busting tip we’re giving you permission to be a little selfish and treat yourself. In short, we want you to find something indulgent just for you that relaxes you. It doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, it doesn’t have to cost anything at all. The important thing is that it’s meaningful to you.