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Physical exhaustion can be pretty apparent. Spend the day physically exerting yourself, and you’re going to feel it when it’s time to go to bed and certainly the next morning when your muscles are stiff and sore. In the same way, getting an injury or illness alerts the body that it needs rest to recover. It’s safe to say your body needs rest and it usually lets you know.
The mind needs rest as well. The mind can get exhausted from over-use and taxing experiences. From over-thinking to struggling to work out complex problems, the mind is like a muscle and it needs rest. You may already know the signs that your mind typically needs some rest. They can be as unique as your circumstances but there may be some signs your mind needs rest that you haven’t considered.
3 Signs Your Mind Needs Rest
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Most of the time the term bravery is synonymous with heroism, a belief that brave people do heroic things that are outrageously uncommon in the face of danger. Certainly, that’s brave, but it isn’t the only form of bravery. In fact, that level of bravery isn’t very common. The most common form of bravery is quiet and happens behind the scenes.
There are a lot of myths about bravery. Busting them helps everyday people see that they are brave and can be bulletproof against adversity when difficulties arise. Three myths about bravery that need to be busted wide open are:
These myths are some of the first to pop up when people face difficult times. Busting these myths will help you activate your bravery and avoid struggling.
1. Brave people are unicorns- Unicorns are rare - ok, they are mythical and not...
Imagine your daily life like a bucket - the kind with a nice handle that makes it easy to carry things around. Inside your bucket you carry your energy so you can do all the things that must get done in a day. As you go about the day making decisions, helping others, doing your work, running errands, and all the other commitments unique to your life, you pour out a little bit of energy. Over the course of the day, your bucket diminishes until eventually it’s dry. Once the bucket is dry there isn’t any more energy left to give to tasks and loved ones. Trying to pull energy from an empty bucket is frustrating and useless. You can’t give what you don’t have. In order to pour out, the bucket must have something in it.
This is something that many women experience when they try to juggle raising a family, maintaining a household, and working on their careers. This is one of the major pain points that clients share with me in my...
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At the foundation of my programs is building routines, rituals, and habits to help create an Intentional Life by saving you time, building confidence, boundaries, and values, and achieving your ultimate goals. This means coming up with a plan and taking action.
Procrastination itself is a habit. It’s a pattern you’ve gotten used to repeating when faced with an intimidating task. A good way to overcome this negative habit is to implement new ones that can counteract it. Positive habits help to create routine and add structure to your life. You’ll know what to expect and you’ll find a flow that works for you when you begin to add some expectations to your day. Take a look below to see how you can use habits to prevent procrastination and get back on track.
Why Habits Matter
Habits are habitual actions that are actually “hard-wired” into your brain. When you repeat an action over and over, the process...
Facing your own hardships, especially during the pandemic, is a challenge. Developing bravery and coming through the fire with as few burns as possible is hard, but you can do it! Taking important steps to be the best you can be under less than ideal circumstances takes effort and a bit of luck. You know first-hand how hard it is. That makes you an excellent support person for someone else.
Supporting others who are being brave really matters. Doing what you can to be of help and encouragement can make all the difference in someone else’s fight. Being willing and able to make an impact might mean the difference between success and failure for someone else.
There are unlimited ways to support someone who is being brave. A few ideas could be:
Everyone needs someone to listen- People who are facing difficult times often need a safe place to sort out their thoughts. Being open...
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