Category: Mental Wellness

  • How to Be More Present in Your Daily Life

    Introduction: Living in the Now Think about this: we often get lost in memories or worry about what’s next. But the secret to really living, to really feeling alive, is being totally in the moment, right now. Imagine not missing out on the little joys and the big moments because you’re really there, not lost…

  • How Depression Can Cause a Loss of Focus

    Globally, an estimated 5% of adults are grappling with depression.[1] It’s more than a statistic; it’s a reality for many, and it’s closer to home than most of us might think. Now, when you hear about depression, you might think about profound sadness or despair. But what you might overlook is how it’s tied to…

  • How Depression Can Cause a Loss of Focus

    Globally, an estimated 5% of adults are grappling with depression.[1] It’s more than a statistic; it’s a reality for many, and it’s closer to home than most of us might think. Now, when you hear about depression, you might think about profound sadness or despair. But what you might overlook is how it’s tied to…

  • How to Get Rid of Distracting Thoughts Fast

    Ever found yourself trying to work, but your mind is all over the place? Maybe you’re battling with the upcoming presentation or dwelling on a misstep in a recent meeting, and these thoughts are just eating away at your productivity. Or perhaps you’re lying in bed, eyes wide open, desperately wanting to sleep, but the…

  • How to Snap Out of Procrastination With ADHD

    ADHD is more than just a buzzword. It’s a real, brain-based condition that affects millions of kids and adults alike. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tells us that a substantial 9.4% of children have been officially diagnosed with ADHD.[1] The reality doesn’t stop at adolescence. According to the National Institute of Mental Health,…

  • Are Depression And Procrastination Connected?

    Mental health and productivity, two cornerstones of a balanced life, often play tug of war. When one falters, the other seems to stumble too. Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), the heavyweight champion in the ring of mental disorders, affects a huge chunk of the population. Estimates tell us it’s touched as many as 13.5-21.2% of us…

  • How Sleep Meditation Can Calm Your Nighttime Anxiety

    Most of us at some time or another have experienced difficulties with sleep. Relentless thoughts can create stress and frustration, wasting our valuable rest time. Are you ready to gently reset your habitual mindset around sleep so you can soothe nighttime anxiety and recover from your busy day as nature intended? In this article, we…

  • 5 Ways to Prevent Yourself From Catastrophic Thinking

    Catastrophic thinking, in its simplest form, is when an individual assumes the worst will come true. It is when a person sees an unfavorable outcome of an event and then decides if it does happen, the result will be a disaster. Catastrophic thinking is taking a setback to the worst possible outcome. The adage about…

  • What Is the Cycle of Avoidance And How to Break It

    Avoidance is something we all do. We avoid people, places, and situations we don’t like because, for some reason, these things irritate us or cause us pain. Avoidance is a natural and healthy thing we do to minimize our stress. No one likes stress, and it makes sense that we apply self-protective methods to avoid…

  • How to Rest Your Brain For A Much Needed Break

    Most of us work hard to do our best in our careers. Always on the go trying to reach our goals to have a better, comfortable, and happy life. However, somewhere along the way, you must have also learned that time is your most precious commodity. A part of life that you are not willing…