The ABCD of Stress Shifting

The unknown is the new normal. There are two aspects of the unknown that we have to face in the present world—the unknown outside and the unknown of our inside. When our mind becomes fixated on the

Mindful Holiday Eating

Mindful Holiday Eating is never about denying yourself or telling yourself you can’t eat. Neither is it about eating just because the food is offered. Instead, it is an awareness of your external and internal

Listen to Nature Sounds and Reduce Stress

Noted author of You Are the Placebo, Dr. Joe Dispenza states, “In clinical studies, we have proven that 2 hours of nature sounds a day significantly reduce stress hormones up to 800% and activates 500-600

How to have a Better Relationship with Everyone

Stuff happens that appears unfair, a mistake, and selfish. Some examples may be: when people show up late when someone does something to offend me or breaks the rules when bad short-term

How to Cope With Loneliness

Today, it’s challenging to have a great social life or any social life. This was true even before Covid-19 became an issue.
In the not-so-distant past, it used to be so boring to stay at home during the evenings and

How to choose a mindful gift

Mindfully considering the person to whom you are giving is a wonderful way to express care and expand relationships.What is meaningful for the recipient? See it from their viewpoint.

Vitamin G Reduces Stress

Vitamin G is for a Vitamin of Gratitude, a state of thankfulness, and/or appreciation that offers positive health benefits.  When we take (practice) Vitamin G, 

Five Tips on How to Let Go of Stuff

My husband sees an old lamp. However, I see my grandma reading to me in her favorite chair from the light of this lamp. My kids see my closet full of clothes, while I see potential outings, comfy days, and business