Tag: recharge

I bet you’ve probably heard something along the lines of “you shouldn’t use medication for anxiety or depression” at some point in your life. There’s such a stigma behind all things related to mental illness, but particularly when it comes to medication. Why is that, do you think? I don’t know about you, but I’m sick of hearing stuff like that, because medication to treat mental illness can literally save someone’s life.

Before you start thinking that I’m pushing medication on people,

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Happy Monday! As you settle down for the start to a fresh week (perhaps with an extra cup of coffee), let’s reflect on how we spend our weekday lunch breaks. Obviously, every company structure varies from the next and each office setting is different—but overall, can we agree there are some consistencies?

Like Consistency #1: We need to give ourselves a lunch break.

Did you know only 1 in 5 Americans take advantage of their standard one-hour lunch breaks?

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Life in your twenties and thirties can be confusing. One minute you’re on top of the world, and the next it can feel like pretty much everything is crashing down. I always thought a quarter life crisis was something you had once, like when a middle aged single dad goes through a mid-life crisis and buys a yellow Porsche and takes up tennis and maybe also joins Tinder. Turns out though, the quarter life crisis can strike any time,

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If you’re ready to give up, that means you’ve already taken a very important step – you’ve made the leap, taken a risk, done something big! To feel like giving up means you have to have started something already, which is HUGE. It’s also the most important thing to remember when you get to a point that makes you feel like throwing in the towel; at some point in time you wanted to do this,

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Introverted or Extroverted How To Tell And How To Be A Productive Introvert

Up until probably a year ago, I thoroughly believed that I was an extrovert. I’m outgoing, good with people, and like being the center of attention (guilty). Even when I took those personality tests in school, I always got some form of an extroverted personality. Introvert? No way.

But the older I’ve gotten, the more I’ve started to realize that I desperately crave alone time and probably my greatest joy in life is curling up in a cozy comforter,

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Affirmations, Law of Attraction, and Mantras

I’ve tried every affirmation and all the mantras under the sun – from Law of Attraction go-tos to positive thinking to mantras for meditation – and I’m going to let you in on my number one, never fail, go-to mantra that works for absolutely everything:


Inspirational, right? Actually it is, if you look at it the right way. In my experience, mantras and affirmations don’t usually work because part of you tends to know that they’re just not true.

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