Relaxation for the Worrier
Hi, Iâ€™m Nikki and I suffer from chronic worrying. Able to jump to the worst conclusion in a single bound. Sometimes I can take anxiety to a new level, but I have been able to control it 98% of the time. There are instance when…
Learn to be Flexible
Parts of my life are very regimented. I have checklists for my checklists. I do things in order of importance, methodically, thoroughly… being sandbagged while Iâ€™m knee deep in my process often makes me anxious or even angry. Itâ€™s not that I canâ€™t handle switching gears or expecting the unexpected, I would just rather take time to reshuffle instead of completely switching gears. I guess you could call me anal, but I know that I have a hard time being flexible sometimes. I know how I want to get from A to B and thatâ€™s all that matters. But in life, which is already a true balancing act, we all need to learn to be flexible.
Leaving Work at Work
They say you should never bring your personal life into the office, so why should you bring your office life home?
Read More, Troll Less
How many of you read actual books anymore? If youâ€™re like me, you spend most of your time trolling the Internet, reading articles of depressing current events or watching viral videos. We need a shift in how weâ€™re using and exercising our minds. After your day to day, itâ€™s easy to get lost in the interwebs, but itâ€™s much better to get lost in a book. I remember loving to read, but somehow life took that away from me, and many of you. Itâ€™s time to get that sacred place of relaxation and imagination back