Inner Strength Archives
Inner strength is vital for a healthy life. We all know that physical strength and fitness are important but our mental and emotional health are what determines how we perceive our selves and everyone else.
We could be fit, sexy, lean, and strong and eat perfectly but if our mind is cluttered and our confidence is lacking, we won’t be able to appreciate what we have.
The cornerstone post for this category is
Self Care: Practices to Reduce Stress, Accomplish Goals, and Benefit Mind & Body
It provides a mountain of information on the different types of self-care. Find here all of the actions and methods you can apply to help improve your life within each category.
If you suffer from stress (who doesn’t!) and anxiety, like I do, then you will find the articles on tackling these issues very helpful.
Scientific backgrounds, studies, and information are always provided along with personal experience and anecdotal evidence. Actionable steps and tips are always provided so that you can make real, lasting improvements to your inner strength.
For Stress and Anxiety try these:
9 Unique Ways You Can Stop Ruminating and Anxiety in its Tracks
For weight loss and eating related to stress:
Stress Eating, Bingeing and Restricting: Why You Do It and How to Stop
Are You Too Stressed to Lose Weight? Why You Could Be and How to Fix It
Check back frequently to this category as these posts take longer to write and are published less frequently but will have the most impact on your life in the long term!
It is impossible to fill from an empty cup. If we want to be present in the lives of others and enjoy our own lives, we need to take the time to fill our own cups and that requires self-care. Now, contrary to what you might think, self-care is not all bubble baths and high priced spa days. Many of us don’t have the time or luxury of those privileges. Some of us barely feel motivated to take a shower or comb our hair. Self-care is tough for people with depression and anxiety. The basics of self-care are meant to…
The topic of body image and perceived flaws is an intense subject. Women see between 400 and 600 advertisements every single day. An average seventeen-year-old girl has seen over 250,000 ads. That is 40 to 50 million ads by the age of 60. these statistics are our lives. These girls were us, are us, and are being raised by us. It is time we become more aware of the facts regarding our bodies. Instead of trying to eliminate “flaws”, our mindset needs to be adjusted.