Going too hard can do more harm than good.
You’ll probably need way more moisturizer than you think.
Bookmark this for days when you have sniffles or a churning gut but still want to move your body.
Making space for doing nothing is part of it.
«Discretionary time is time spent how you want, not how you have to,” Dr. Holmes explains—so not just the hours you aren’t working or sleeping. To see how much free time you actually have»
It’s called analysis paralysis, and here’s how you can overcome it.
«No matter how much googling and ruminating you do, though, you’ll probably never know for sure what the single “right” choice is because (as you’ll see momentarily) there often isn’t one.»
Sitting with uncomfortable emotions can make them more bearable.
«Acceptance is an active choice that you’re making in the moment to cope with a feeling that you don’t want, but that you can’t do anything else about right now,»
Try these tips when you feel like you want to crawl out of your skin.
«“Dysregulation of the nervous system happens when you’re in fight-or-flight response»
And when are we just swathing toxic productivity in soft pants and a robe?
Yes, there’s a difference. And it’s an important one.
Start by figuring out your unmet needs.
Loss can be terribly isolating, but art can be a soothing balm that helps you feel less alone.
Our health and well-being is dependent on systemic change and robust systems of support.
Self-compassion isn’t silly—and it can make life’s challenges so much more manageable.
«And one study published in 2009 suggests that people with high levels of self-compassion may be more likely to feel happy and optimistic about the future, even in situations of perceived failure and rejection. »
You know, THAT thing. Ugh—why DID you say that?!
The app has shed much-needed light on the condition, but many of the videos are also misleading.
«Girls with ADHD, who tend to be more forgetful or disorganized than hyperactive, often aren’t diagnosed until later on in life, studies suggest»
Pick a tip, any tip!
We’re not all Virginia Woolf, okay.
The case for not wasting your precious free time on ‘meh’ entertainment.
It sounds counterintuitive but here’s why it actually makes a lot of sense.
Because working through a pandemic is draining enough.
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