Originally posted on The Tiny Couch: Wellness for All: By Valerie Rice and Andrea Watson | September 28, 2020 Once upon a time, in a kingdom far away, a little princess and prince were born. They were the joy of the land, and every parent’s dream. Years later, after reality had settled in, puberty took…
Originally posted on The Tiny Couch: Wellness for All: Managing the New Normal: Quarantine Style By Valerie Rice September 26, 2020 Photo by Edward Jenner on Pexels.com Many of us have had their lives turned upside down this last year. If you are one of the lucky few who managed to escape this, we all…
If you follow my blog, you know that I’m all about the wellness. All good. But today we’re going to shift gears because I wanna tell you all about my 10 most favoritest apps for Android (sorry, no I phone here). Plus we need this. I mean, let’s face it, we practically live in our phones. These apps have certainly done me good and best of all, they’re all free! And who doesn’t like free stuff?
Whether I am blogging, responding to a million emails, or following people on Twitter, I always have a project going. I do these things to build up my following-I want people to read my blog! (and possibly hire me after I start pitching). During a few days of the month, I am busy writing 30-35 articles, blog posts, and landing page content for BizMilk.com. I love doing this and it brings in extra money, but it’s not a full time gig.
So what keeps you tossing and turning at night? Is it racing thoughts, worry, or just that you’re not tired? Maybe your circadian rhythm is off, or you took a long nap today. Maybe you’re just too stressed in general. We are all up to speed on why sleep is important, now we just need to have the how. Well, today you can read about the best ways to get quality sleep right here.
You work hard. At home, at work, even during rec time, you’re constantly hitting it, right? Yeah. It can be exhausting, I know-especially if you have kids. Moms just never get a break. But that’s not really a healthy way to live, is it? Without any “me” time, self care goes out the window and then what have you got left? A charred stump of human who is so burned out she can hardly get anything done any more. Well, let’s end all that right here, right now.
5 Easy Steps to a Happier You By Valerie Rice and Andrea Watson | September 21, 2020 Self Care is about as important as it can get. Why? Because you are the center of your universe. Yes, it’s true. Your family and your job are priorities, of course; but don’t sacrifice the well- oiled machineContinue reading “Self Care For 2020 (Guest Post)”
If you are like most people, you are no stranger to stress. Your job, family, goals, and bills can all add stressors into your day-to-day life. Some stress is good for us. It reminds us of our needs and prompts us to take action. However, if stress levels get too high, it can start to affect your health and your sanity.
It takes about seven years to rebuild bad credit. This is why it is important when you are starting out to look at your options. Loans, revolving and installment credit, using cosigners and paying bills on time are all things that will help you on your way.
Noticing and celebrating our tiny successes can help us subconsciously build up positive expectations for upcoming events and tasks. We have to notice our success in order to utilize it. These are all practical steps we can take in our lives to build more confidence in ourselves and broaden our horizons. Now all we have to do is apply it in the areas of life we wish to enhance.