Any time someone has a loss they can experience Situational Depression. For some people it’s a brief period of sadness and/or mourning, but for others it can last longer and go much deeper. It’s different than Clinical Depression, because the person experiencing it definitely knows what’s causing it and can (hopefully) work on moving through… Continue reading Coping with Situational Depression
I’ve gotten better about finding my balance (most of the time). I used to really struggle with it; trying to do way too much at one time or during a day then crashing and burning from the stress and exhaustion. I’ve talked before about how I now have to balance my days between productivity and… Continue reading Find Your Balance … Again
The past few months have taught us that some of the things we thought were important in our lives really aren’t. We’ve (hopefully) learned how to appreciate more and not take things like going to the movies or seeing friends for granted. But I’m still seeing people in frantic chaos and it’s a reminder to… Continue reading Still Need to Slow Down?
The world is a noisy place. Sometimes a very noisy place. Which is exactly why we have to find or even create some quiet. This morning on my drive to work I didn’t turn on the radio. I didn’t listen to a podcast. I didn’t Bluetooth in and talk on my phone. I just… Continue reading Find Some Quiet
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7-PHLqkzko&t=13s Every time I feel overwhelmed it’s due to information overload, like my brain just can’t process anything else. As I was scrolling through social media, signing up for even more e-mail newsletters, webinars, and free trainings, I realized I wasn’t following my own advice to “use what you have”. I was just adding more… Continue reading How to Overcome (or Avoid) Overwhelm