I'm gonna tell you right off the bat, I don’t have a 'sciency' mind but I do have an interest in why we do the things that we do in a 'how-do-we-fix-this kind' of a way. I had read a lot in the past about related subjects but, this time, I was on a mission to prove my theory that writing and journaling can, and does, have a positive effect on our health. I went full on research mode and this blog post is a summary of what I found.
Spring is the time of new beginnings, clearing out the old, starting something new or even starting something again, taking a deep breath and going for it. It's also the perfect time to re-evaluate certain areas of our lives, think about where we need to have a clear out and bring in the new (but we can 'spring' clean the areas of our lives that need it, whenever it feels necessary)
Were you unintentionally rude to the guy at the coffee shop this morning for spelling your name wrong, because you're still feeling anger or anxiety for something going on in your life? Can you figure out a way to channel the negative energy away before you bring down another person's vibe?
Don't want to stay caught in the past? Feel like something's holding you back? Try journaling about it.
What are you doing to help rest your mind at the moment? What works for you probably varies from week to week and month to month as it does for me. So, I thought I would take the opportunity to share my current three faves with you. The key is to find what works for you wherever you are in you life and any given time and that's why you'll find it beneficial to tweak your rested mind toolkit from time to time.
Today I wanted to talk about taking another look at something you have a negative view point on and shifting your perspective to see it in more of a positive light.
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