Posts Tagged ‘Stress’

Sailing Through Stress

Sailing Through Stress

“It’s not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it.” – Hans Selye, Renowned Stress Researcher Endocrinologist   Stress is like the wind. It is always around us, sometimes heavy, sometimes light. Sometimes we fear it may blow us over. And it can, if we let it. But stress, like wind, can be [Continue]

Aromatherapy Explained: Essential Oils for Wellness

Aromatherapy Explained: Essential Oils for Wellness

Sometimes it’s best to pass the mic. I’ve written about how many people use aromatherapy as part of living a wellness lifestyle, and I’ve thought of devoting a whole article to it–but I’m no expert! So, this article was written by two brilliant women who know the practice personally. Please enjoy, and welcome them to our [Continue]

You Six Word Self: Defining Our Stress Response

You Six Word Self: Defining Our Stress Response

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” – Dr. Victor Frankl I’ve been intrigued by Six Word Stories—simply conveying as clear a story as possible in six words—for years. There’s something about the challenge of [Continue]

Tax Prep for Your Soul

Tax Prep for Your Soul

“Money is a major source of stress on people, and what tax season does is shine a great big spotlight on the issue.” -Michael McKee, Clinic psychologist, president of U.S. International Stress Management Association I’m not even going to say what time of year it is. You know. I know. He, she or it knows. [Continue]

Stress and Taxes

Stress and Taxes

Last week would have been a good week for a nervous breakdown. Aside from busting my foot and having to cram five days of work into four, I was preparing to do the family taxes. Truth be told, I don’t hate doing the taxes, but, much like every American, the whole situation can crank my [Continue]

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