There’s nothing like cracking open a new journal, grabbing your favorite pen, and sitting down for a writing section. It’s a tried-and-true form of self-care. Research shows that journaling can help you achieve your goals, increase your emotional intelligence, boost your confidence, and even heal from difficult experiences.
But a common challenge people run into when they want to start a journaling habit: What do I write about?
In the spring, many of us start to think about renewal. We see the grass turn green again and the trees bursting with new buds. We get a feeling of excitement as the weather warms up and the days are filled with a little more sunshine. In the spring, renewal seems to be everywhere, and it’s effortless and exciting! In nature, renewal is natural and cyclical.
Renewal also occurs within our bodies. It is vital to our health! Without it, our bodies would wear out much faster. In one day, an adult naturally
It’s February once again and that means it’s American Heart Month! It’s a time when we stop to consider what our hearts do for us and how we can love them and keep them as healthy as possible. The human heart and the maze of vessels that connect to it are nothing short of amazing. The heart pumps blood through our arteries to our body’s cells and then through our veins back to the heart again. The heart then pumps blood into the tissues surrounding the lung sacs and then back to the heart again. This process is repeated over and over through the quiet rhythm of each heartbeat.
Speak with love.
Listen with love.
Touch with love.
Lead with love.
In a world full of ...
I wrote a letter to her
the girl I once was
I told her everything I love about her
and that it’s okay
A lot of us tend to raise our hand when something needs to be done. We think to ourselves that it won’t be done correctly or on time unless we step up. Or we think everyone else has so much on their plate that we try to make room on ours. We make excuses to justify ...
If you are intimidated by change, you are not alone. Some people thrive on change. They look at it as a new challenge or adventure. Other people, probably most people, fear change. They fear that it will disrupt their routine and the normalcy of life. Like it or not ...
Various members of the