As the flowers continue to bloom and the heat continues to reach sweltering temperatures, our minds turn to dusting off the curtains of our homes and clearing out the crawlspaces of our minds. Because spring is here—and summer is well on its way—which means it’s time to push up your sleeves and get to those spring cleaning tasks. Although some of us may not be as excited about sprucing up our spaces as others, but maybe that’s because ****. It’s not just about vacuuming a room or switching up furniture, it’s also about finding new and exciting ways to reinvent and reinvigorate yourself.Continue reading “The Importance of Spring Cleaning for Self-Care”
Sleep is possibly the most important activity you do each day, aside from nourishing and hydrating your body. Seeing that we spend one-third of our lives engaging in it, it’s crucial to our survival and success. Without it, our bodies cannot properly recover from the day’s activities, as well as our brains.
If you’re recovering from a mental health episode or an addiction, your body needs sleep that much more. Restful sleep can be the difference in healing and making a full recovery. Here are some suggestions for a better night’s sleep.
When we think about our well-being, we often think about physical exercise and other forms of recreation. While it is important to focus on our physical well-being, there needs to be an equal emphasis on our mental well-being. If we do not take care of our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, we are more likely to experience negative consequences such as poor mental health and illness. One of the best ways to take care of our mental health and well-being is through the use of meditation.Continue reading “Meditation for Mental Health and Well-Being”