What do Goya, Picasso, and I have in common? We’ve learned how to use art as an outlet for anger (or any other strong emotion). You, too, can experience the benefits of art therapy (and you don’t have to be ‘artistic’ or hire a therapist.
Who cares about their zone of proximal development? You should! Find out why knowing your learning zone (zone of proximal development, or ZPD) matters. #ZPD #zoneofproximaldevelopment #learningzone #lifelonglearning #SelfCareSunday #selfcare
Creativity isn’t just for creative people. In fact, if you think of yourself as more academic, let me assure you that you, too, have a creative side. You should learn how to nurture your creativity in order to practice healthy self-care. #SelfCareSunday #creativity #selfcare
There’s nothing worse than hearing the dread phrase, “I’m so bored!” If you let it, it nibbles at your peace like a piranha. Intellectual self-care for you means teaching your kids how to handle boredom.
Have you ever wondered if owning a pet is good for you? Who wants to clean up after a pet, train a puppy, or find petsitters? It turns out, that the benefits far outweigh the inconveniences. #pet #cat #dog #balance #selfcare #MentalHealthMonth #4Mind4Body #B4Stage4
Failure. We’ve all experienced it. It can either crush us or spur us on to greater achievement. How we deal with failure depends on whether we have a or a fixed mindset or a growth mindset. Find out what this means and how you CAN change. #selfcaresunday #selfcare #growthmindset
Did you know that forming healthy lifelong learning habits is essential to our well-being? You can download a free self-care checklist that will help you track your habits. #selfcare #nurture #lifelonglearning #lifelonglearner
Have you ever wondered if there’s a connection between creativity and Sabbath rest? I’ve found one in my life. Check out these tips. #Sabbathrest #rest #Creatviity #selfcare
by Amy Odland Ahhhh, the new year is here: 2019, with its hopes and dreams of what could be. We are well into January by now. Have you chosen your word for the year or made your list of resolutions? Tackled the latest decluttering challenge AND started going to the gym again? There is nothing like January and all its perkiness about changing our behaviors to make you feel horrible about the way you care for yourself. Why is it…