My Wellbeing Tips – What Works for Me
Please submit your personal wellbeing tip below (up to 500 words). The best wellbeing tip each month will receive a $500 financial reward.
STEP 1: BE MINDFUL Relax your breath and notice: How am I feeling right now? STEP 2: BE GRATEFUL Look around you and ask yourself: What am I thankful for? STEP 3: BE KIND With warm feelings, ask yourself: Who do I want to send love to?
“I was looking for someone to inspire me, motivate me, support me, keep me focused… Someone who would love me, cherish me, make me happy, and I realized all along that I was looking for myself.”
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
Affirmations are arguably the most useful tool available to us to develop positive thinking skills. We can see the foundations of affirmations in many familiar practices from psychology to religion in various forms. Some of these forms include chanting, prayer and hypnosis. Affirmations are statements made by the conscious mind that are directed at the subconscious mind. In many ways it is how...
Cherish your most important relationships: the friends, family members, pets, and others whose presence enriches your life! Make space and time to connect with them a priority, and try to do so without distractions or needing any special reason. The relationship is the reason. Seek out people and communities that share your values – places where you feel like you can truly be yourself....
"The incredible thing is that when we think of alleviating other people's suffering, our own suffering is reduced. This is the secret to happiness" ~The Book of Joy
Many times we have the habit of ignoring unpleasant situations or problems stewing inside us. Perhaps we get busy doing something to escape: watch T.V., shopping, clean house, or surf Facebook. Avoidance takes us out of our awareness to smudge the flames of unpleasantness and brings temporary relief, but it doesn’t fix the unrest for the long term. Taking us away from the present moment, it...