The American Psychological Association has estimated that 50% of Americans feel anxious about resuming in-person activities. What is the new normal? It’s a perplexing and potentially anxiety provoking state for many of us.
Our brains are under siege. We’re not just stressed. We are stressed out. Here’s a guide to help.
Mercury gets the hell out of retrograde on Sunday, the 21st. Until then, duck.
Meaningful self-care has to do with you, who you are, your state of mind, and the direction of your life.
This year’s holiday season is anything but normal. Despite this, with some effort, we can still celebrate and discover ways to find joy, hope and connection.
With forethought and planning, this Thanksgiving can be fun and become a fond memory.
You haven’t been sleeping. Your stomach feels upset. Snacking has become compulsive while you stare at the TV watching endless election analysis. Uncertainty abounds. And the recounts are still to come!
We’ve all become couch potatoes and social media addicts. What’s a few ways we can break our patterns?
As soon as Robert Oliva sent in his response to this question, I tried it out and experienced several nights where I wasn’t counting the husband’s snores nor the dog’s dream barks.
Parenting friends confess to locking themselves in closets, moving up the cocktail hour, being comatose during Zoom meetings or forgetting them completely. One pleaded with her boss for time off, another’s kid kept hitting his arm with a keyboard while he was on a job interview. A lot of them admitted that they’ve let out a primal scream at some point in their day.