Mindfulness and intention are required to keep a home and workspace clean and safe. Do you have newborns, children, pets, and/or family members living with you? Is your workspace supporting your wellness or silently undermining it? Do you desire to take control of your health? Are you looking for simple adjustments that will help you reduce your exposure to toxins? Do you desire to up-level your Sustainability Footprint and deepen your care of Mother Earth? Read on to discover 3 actions for detoxing your home and work environments.
Workplace Wellness is front of mind for many businesses, especially as many navigate re-entry processes for their employees, now that Pandemic quarantines and lockdowns are lifting, and many are returning to the workplace. It is a great time to assess the health of your Workplace Wellness Program. Ideally, it includes some type of EAP (Employee Assistance Program) and a plan to increase community and engagement outside of work. It may well include lifestyle support in the form of fitness resources, nutrition resources, and incentives for living a healthy lifestyle. However, there is one pulse point that you may be missing that has a direct effect on employee health and wellness. Continue reading to do a quick check-up on your current plan to see how well you are hitting this important pulse point.
“Nature is our Greatest Teacher” – Edna Walling
Here is a short read from Psychology Today on how to discover your passion and purpose through connecting with Nature to live your True Self.
“My way or the Highway,” the ultimate ultimatum. For many, this phrase can be quite defeating when on the receiving end. For those slinging it, it connotes arrogance.
However, what if it is not an ultimatum at all? Can it can be a vivid metaphor of introspection at times when standing at crossroads? Can it serve as a reminder to consciously choose the path in life that is true to who you are?
Let’s travel each route to discover insights!
6 common questions answered about the Feng Shui process.
Traditional Feng Shui balances and harmonizes the energies of a space using only the 5 Chinese alchemical elements. Read on to learn what they are and how they are utilized.
5 go-to practices to return to a state of mindfulness and presence when life hurls chaos and craziness your way