It’s the nature of life that we hit busy seasons that may cause us to fall off-track in our daily practices. Here are 5 tips for getting back on track after time off.
It’s common to feel like what you’re doing isn’t working. Before you quit, read these lessons I’ve learned in a decade of sustaining daily workouts and other core daily habits.
Whether it’s your workouts, writing, meditation, yoga, or any other practice, the secret to maintaining consistency is to let go of a popular and common mindset that stops you in your tracks.
Is breathwork more effective than meditation? It’s a trick question, and one that reveals significant ignorance. Let’s break it down.
I wanted no part of self-love or self-compassion. I only wanted to be in the depths of my miserable experience. Turns out the joke was on me.
If you’re waiting for January 1 to begin a new practice or habit, you’re setting yourself up to fail. Here are 3 reasons why January 1 is the worst day to start, and when to start instead.
A set of strategies that can help to get out of spinning thoughts and a looping mind. You can do them individually or together.