The current chaotic events in our world are nothing new. In the history of human existence, there have been pandemics and political unrest. There has been inequality and injustice, as well as war and economic crisis. Of course, the fact that civilization has recovered from some of these things isn’t much comfort in the here and now. It all can feel overwhelming, can make us feel afraid, can affect our ability to live life as well as we could despite the times.
A morning routine is an important part of your day that will set you up for success throughout the rest of the day. A morning routine can help you start the day feeling refreshed, energized, and ready to take on whatever life throws at you. It's an important part of self-care that often goes overlooked in a society where we seem to focus on constantly cramming as much into our days as possible.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Mental health disorders can be difficult to understand and even more difficult to talk about. In today's society, mental health is often stigmatized. Many people believe that it doesn't exist or that if you have a mental illness you are "crazy." This is not the case.
Self-esteem can be basically defined as self-respect. You might say it’s your own personal sense of self-worth. We all have different ways of determining how we feel about ourselves, and different factors contribute to our level of happiness with who we are.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a night owl or an early bird, we all need to sleep at some point during the 24 hours in a day. But with busy schedules and distractions like social media or streaming TV, it’s easy to stay up late and sacrifice some much-needed shut-eye. While it doesn’t seem like a big deal, getting enough quality sleep is one of the most important factors when it comes to mental health and general well-being.