Your Mental Health Matters

May is Mental Health Awareness month and I thought it would be a good time to pop in to remind you that your mental health matters! We all have various experiences that impact the quality of our mental health, however, it is really important for you to know about your own mental health, triggers forContinue reading “Your Mental Health Matters”

A Mindful Approach to Monday Morning

Most of us look forward to the weekend and often have a sense of “I don’t want the weekend to end” on a Sunday night. While Monday may be the start of new opportunities, new plans, and new goals, sometimes facing Monday mornings can be a challenge. How come? Monday is the beginning of theContinue reading “A Mindful Approach to Monday Morning”

Thoughts About Growing Older

I’ve been thinking a lot about growing older and how our lives change as we age. I’ve been thinking about this from my own experiences and watching my loved ones get older. I’ve been paying closer attention to how our bodies change, how our coping skills change, and the increased need for emotional and physicalContinue reading “Thoughts About Growing Older”

What I Learned from Missed Connections

I’ve been having a lot of computer/network related issues at work and because of that, I’ve missed connecting for a handful of meetings. At first, I was so annoyed. I was fussy and grumpy and found myself getting irritable. I mean, is it too much to ask to just get a good network connection? IContinue reading “What I Learned from Missed Connections”

Let’s Talk About Stress and Coping Skills

We all feel stress at some point in our lives. For many persons, there are various sources of stress (eg., work, family, health issues, the pandemic, racism, or finances) which may overlap at times and in some cases, stress in one area of life impacts the other areas of life. Although signs/symptoms of stress mayContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Stress and Coping Skills”