Weekly Tips

Place Your Goals within Reach — and Your Stress Far Away

Monday is for taking a fresh approach to re-imagining your future. If you’ve been feeling stressed, take a moment to see a different outcome.

Next Time You Travel, Try Taking a Vacation from Technology

Vacations are a time for recharging. They’re a break from the daily grind that allow your stress to dissipate. The problem is, modern vacations rarely have that effect for one major reason:

We don’t unplug.

Feeling a Little Stressed Out on Vacation? Try Drinking a Glass of Water

Stress can cause dehydration, and dehydration can cause stress. No matter which came first, the simple solution is to drink more water.

Don’t Lose Your Mind Over Lost Luggage

Vacations are designed to help us escape from the stress of regular life, but there can be plenty of sources of aggravation along the way. One of them is losing your luggage at the airport.

How to Stay Calm While Waiting in Line

Practice mindfulness, ease your stress, and enjoy a relaxing and fun vacation.

Need To Relax? There’s an App for That

Technology has come a long way in making our lives easier, including how we handle stress. If you need a new way to get a handle on the tension in your life, use this Monday to check out these apps and work toward a stress-free life.

Breathe In Light, Breathe Out Darkness

If you’re looking for a new way to start fresh on Mondays, as well as relax and keep your life positive, follow these simple steps to practice deep breathing and shift to the positive.

This Monday, Take a Walk on the Calm Side

If you need to destress from work, school, or just life in general, take a walk. Mindful walking can reduce your chances of problems with blood pressure, obesity, depression and heart disease long term.

This is the Key To Achieving Your Goals

Focusing on a more positive mindset can help you achieve your goals, recognize where your life needs correction, and focus on what is going right

Unwind This Monday With The 5-4-3-2-1 Coping Technique

The goal of the 5-4-3-2-1 Coping Technique is to use the five senses to focus on the moment and avoid multiple anxious thoughts.