Do you feel adrift in a sea of to-do items that bury your short-term goals alive? Read this to find out how to set powerful short-term goals that will help you take control of your life. #goals #goalsetting #habits #achievemore #selfcare #SelfCareSunday
Wondering how to spend (and stress) less this holiday season? Check out this practical holiday guide to giving without stressing. #selfcare #holidayguide #SelfCareSunday #gifts
What exactly IS a ‘marginalized voice?’ We marginalize voices as a society when we fail to take an interest in other people’s stories. People contain the stories to make us better people. Let’s work toward becoming a society that reacts with curiosity and kindness instead of shock and outrage. #ownvoice #selfcare
This is the third installment of my weight-loss journey story. Today we’ll talk about the need to learn about yourself before you spend money on products, classes, memberships, or community. We’ll also talk about ideal body weight. It’s not the same for everyone. My Journey to My Ideal Body Weight “Did you join Weight-Watchers or Overeaters Anonymous?” my colleague asked. “No,” I shook my head. “Tell me your secret,” she insisted. “You look great!” I shrugged. “I went on a…
The question of ‘How many carbs in eggplant?’ sparked a creative session in my kitchen that produced a keto-friendly eggplant parmesan that even Pedro likes. Self-care involves using our artistic creativity to make small changes with big results. #keto #recipe #selfcare #SelfCareSunday
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.