Self-Care + Rest
I’m not here to tell you the benefits of smiling so you’ll look better, but why smiling is healthy so you’ll consider adding a few more smiles to your day so you can FEEL better!
How can stress be reduced? Say “yes” to less. Strategies for goal chasers and people pleasers
Resilience to stress is not usually something we feel like we have when we’re living through a challenging time. Good news though, you can learn and develop resilience.
There’s no ONE THING that will make you healthy… Discover the Wellness Trifecta habits that will transform your lifestyle effortlessly once they’re in place.
Can a focus on humor really help us feel better? Is it just in our heads, or do the benefits of laughter really improve mood and health?
It’s not easy being a human! Strategies for stress relief can be a lifesaver, and a quick yoga flow can really turn your day around.
Managing stress is a challenge. Short and sweet tea rituals for yourself can be an impactful calming practice.
Whether you’re looking for new hobbies that reduce stress or want more health benefits from the ones you have, the key is to choose what’s right for you and your life. What do you need to foster balance in your life?
You probably already know the basics of good sleep such as a quiet, dark, cool room and having a consistent wind-down routine. I won’t repeat those for you here.
Instead, here are five of the unexpected things that I learned…
DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness): Regardless of how much you like it or not, there is always a question that follows: How do I make it go away? Following you will find some insights about muscle soreness and recovery, so you can go back to training as soon as possible.
Whether the daily stress is from a job, exercise, daily task or all of those combined, intentional recovery time can go a long way to improving quality of life. Putting together a Stress Reducing Recovery Kit is the perfect 5 star gift for just about everyone.
Active rest (also called “active recovery”) is the strategic use of light/moderate activity in the space between your hard training sessions. Here’s how to start using it to increase your performance