Stretches to help you feel grounded and stay present

Stretches to help you feel grounded and stay present

Let’s take a second to check in. Are your shoulders tight? Is your breathing shallow? How long exactly have you been looking at this screen?   If your job or schooling (or your child’s schooling) requires you to sit in front of a computer for hours, or your commute...
Parenting in a pandemic: how to get through it

Parenting in a pandemic: how to get through it

  The laundry’s done, the beds are made, and you have plenty to time to savor that morning cup of coffee, right? We’d be willing to guess that may not be the case for many of you… maybe most of you as summer disappeared into fall and back-to-school plans...
8 ways to keep your cool and communicate better in quarantine

8 ways to keep your cool and communicate better in quarantine

  Living through a pandemic is far from easy. You may have found yourself adjusting to a much more limited social life, figuring out new ways to work or study, or trying to balance work and childcare in a whole new way—all while spending A LOT more time with...
7 tips for managing financial stress

7 tips for managing financial stress

  Ever been too nervous to check your bank balance? So have countless others. Financial stress is a real hardship, and one that can take over our thinking. When money is tight, it impacts every aspect of our lives from simple pleasures like grabbing a meal with...
What is radical acceptance, and how can I use it?

What is radical acceptance, and how can I use it?

  When life gets challenging, and it feels like things are spiraling out of control, it can seem like there’s nothing we can do. We feel overwhelmed and at a loss. We can slip in to states of denial, struggling to come to terms with our reality. And that struggle...
Proven ways to calm your mind when the unexpected happens

Proven ways to calm your mind when the unexpected happens

  Life happens. And when it does, we’re not always prepared. A sudden conflict with someone, a piece of bad news, or even our own thoughts can trigger a rush of tension. These distressing events may make our faces flush, our hearts race, and our brains fog up....