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Top Tips to Live a Healthier Life
Living a healthy life is not a challenging venture. It requires you to make simple changes to diet and adopting a healthier lifestyle. There are various things that people know they should be doing but often neglect.
This article will help you consider transforming knowledge into results. It contains wellness tips and propositions that can help you live a healthier life.
Note that living a…
How to make CBD Oil with ChineseHemp CBD Isolate Powder👌⠀
We supply the CBD, you add the oil 🤗⠀
Any cooking oil is fine. We’ve choosen coconut oil from our pantry.⠀
Simply add oil to the 10ml bottle.⠀
Stop at the top of the label for approx 10ml of CBD oil.⠀
Add heat 🔥 and the CBD Isolate Powder will simply dissolve after reaching 66C /151F.⠀
You can use a water bath or microwave to speed things up.⠀
Replace the cap and give the mixture a shake.⠀
Always handle with care as the bottle will be hot.⠀
Use the included syringe to accurately measure dose🧪. 1ml = approx 100mg of CBD⠀
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A Daily Stretching Routine That’ll Make You More Flexible in 6 Weeks
Stretching Is often the most overlooked and undervalued part of a workout — but it’s absolutely essential. We know it can be feel a little slow (read: boring) for the high-intensity fitness fanatic, but we’d be remiss not to address the key body benefits. Sassy Gregson-Williams, former ballerina and the founder of online workout studio Naturally Sassy showed us this combination of stretches to…
Youth Climate Activist Sarah Goody on Starting a Business
When I began my journey as a climate activist while in the sixth grade, I had no idea that effective activists and successful entrepreneurs actually share quite a few skills. Now, as a 16-year-old youth climate activist and a founder, I use those skills in tandem to further both my business and activist pursuits in hopes of making the biggest, most productive impact possible.
Here’s how it all…
We’re almost done with the first month of the year and some of you may be thriving, while some need a do-over. “Burnout is a physiological consequence of pushing yourself beyond your physical and emotional limits—sustained stress/fight or flight response—for too long,” said Brandon Santan, PhD, LPC-MHSP, a therapist who specializes in anxiety, stress, and burnout in Chattanooga, Tenn. He noted that this is similar to a car running out of gas: “The engine won’t run and you can’t go any further until you refuel.”
Experts define burnout in different ways and note different causes. So what might tip you over the edge at work may differ from what pushes someone else into emotional and physical exhaustion. This is why it’s important to reflect on the root of your burnout.
If you want to protect yourself from burnout, learning how to say “no” is a crucial part of the process. This can be hard if you are in the beginning of your hustle and grind. When you’re looking at a bottom line, saying no may not seem like an option, because saying no can be equated with less money. But saying yes all the time won’t always get you ahead in your career. If you’re feeling burned out, do a quick check-in with yourself to make sure your activities or commitments are in alignment with your priorities and capacity. Because if they don’t check both of those boxes, you’re on a straight path to burnout.
You’ve heard the saying before, quality over quantity. Again, if you’re in the beginning of your hustle, quantity is important. All the experts are telling you to post to social media everyday (sometimes several times per day). You need that exposure’; you need to interact with your followers; you need to establish who you are. But if you find yourself half-assing tasks, or dragging yourself to complete tasks, it may be time to scale back and focus on the quality of your work.
How do you take care of you? How do you refill your cookie jar? Your self care routine should reflect what makes you happy and refuels you. Choose activities that relax you instead of adds to your stress. For example, you might want to try crafting but you probably end up cussing and pulling your hair out whenever you try. That’s probably not the right activity for you. Self-care has to be scheduled and adhered to otherwise you’ll always find an excuse to skip it. And the frequency of self-care activities is not universal - do what works best for you. So if you find yourself feeling burned at both ends, it’s time to do something just for you!
This goes back to quality over quantity. When you complete tasks, do you feel fulfilled? Do you feel like it was worthwhile? Do you feel better now that you have done it? Maybe you are being too harsh on yourself for the way you completed a task or not having completed it at all. We tend to be our harshest critics and that’s not good for our mental health. Yes we have to hold ourselves to a higher standard and push ourselves to the finish line, but it would all be in vain if we don’t love ourselves while we do it. Doing something you don’t want to do won’t leave you feeling fulfilled. And that can leave you feeling burned out and unaccomplished.
Burnout can range in severity, which means that some techniques may not work. The key is to really examine how you’re feeling and try a variety of strategies—and don’t hesitate to seek professional support. Even a few sessions with a therapist can help you identity the cause of your burnout and find effective solutions.
A Chirp Wheel Review Straight from a Chiropractor
I have reached the point of WFH life that I am willing to do just about anything to fix my effed up posture. Fifteen minutes of daily upper-body stretches? Check. An adult-sized harness? Sure! A device that beeps every time I slump over? Why not. But when I came across The Chirp—a back massage device that’s earned more than 2,500 five star reviews on Amazon—I had to find out from a chiropractor…
Why 2021 is the Year to Take Charge of Your Life
I remember the time well. It was a couple weeks before Christmas and I’d just been told my job was being eliminated. I was completely speechless and stunned. It was the first time something like this had ever happened to me and I didn’t understand how. My work performance had been great, my team and business partners loved me and I was always being asked to take on more. I thought I was doing…
Memmo Príncipe Real Lisbon - Portugal
1. It is so much harder than high school, it is so much more fast paced but you will get through it!
2. Time management is integral. Things are due every week instead of at the end of a term so you need to be on top of things.
3. You are going to get told things you don’t understand and ultimately it is up to you to research them if you aren’t familiar.
4. You will need to seek out practice problems and questions because in most cases they wont be provided.
5. Finding your classes isn’t that hard and after the first time you will remember where to go.
6. You may not get as good of marks as you did in high school and that is okay!
7. Caffeine is good but enough iron and water is better.
8. Not everyone makes friends straight away and you may not have that typical party experience.
9. You don’t have to go to every lecture but you do have to ask every question.
10. Your friends are not your competition.
11. University is not a rank game.
12. It is an experience as well as education, take that opportunity.
13. You can be friends with all kinds of genders.
14. You can sneak drinks into clubs.
15. Cooking for yourself is pretty easy and fun and doesn’t have to be expensive.
16. You’re going to change a lot, embrace it.
17. Group work can be really fun!
18. There will be classes you hate, find the positive.
19. You may not like the classes you thought you would and that’s okay.
20. Textbooks are not very useful most of the time.
21. Having the most stationary won’t equal success, it is how you use them.
22. I like digital notes more than i thought i would.
23. Being an adult can be really hard but also really rewarding.
24. You will hear more perspectives and be understanding.
25. It gets easier.
Drawing Journal To Improve Your Mental Health
I look forward to lighter journal entries this year. Truth be told, I stopped writing entries after a while, because penning “Dear diary, looks like we had another national tragedy today,” started to bum me out. Journaling for your mental health can be such a proactive practice, but when your day-to-day is stressful, rigid event-logging becomes a joyless process. It’s why this year we might want…
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Vitamins Needed for Vegans and Vegetarians
While many health experts emphasize that people should get their nutrients from food first, there are some eating plans where supplementation is crucial—particularly in vegan and plant-based eating. That’s because some nutrients that the body requires are not as readily available when you’re not eating animal products.
“I often hear that because plant-based diets require supplementation then they…