I’m changing it up today and sharing a very special moment. About five minutes after I got engaged my mum said to me, “So, when are we going to KLEINFELD’S?!’ We love to watch Say Yes To The Dress together, and so when it was my turn to be bride it was something we both were so excited about. So here’s the play-by-play of our days at Kleinfeld Bridal. We… continue reading.
Preface: This is an ongoing process, something that you get better at, and hopefully master, over time. I recently someone asked about suggestions for overcoming stress and anxiety. It’s something most of us typically have dealt with once or twice. What’s unfortunate about it being so common among people is that it’s really not healthy. Stress causes all sorts of negative reactions in the body from inflammation to lowered immunity…. continue reading.
You can change your life. I know, I know, everyone says that. But how can you change your life?! Well, I’ve put some thought into it and I’ve come up with five things you can do right now to change your life. Not 5 epic, huge, big jumps, but 5 practical things you can easily apply right now. Words Change the words you use. Use words… continue reading.
Perfection will try to stop you. It’s that voice that whispers, “ if it won’t be perfect what’s the point?” But – what is perfection exactly and why do we even try to strive for that? According to the dictionary, perfection is: “the condition, state, or quality of being free or as free as possible from all flaws or defects” Somethings can be perfect, a computer algorithm, a robot,… continue reading.
I went to therapy almost every day for a year and I learned a lot. About myself, about other people, and about interpersonal relationships. One of my favorite things that I learned was the word “validation” and one of the best things I learned was what it meant in regards to what we expect or want from other people. Validation in regards to interpersonal communication is essentially being acknowledged. It’s so simple,… continue reading.
“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think. – Albert Einstein Neuroplasiticity is the “capacity of neurons and neural networks in the brain to change their connections and behaviour in response to new information, sensory stimulation, development, damage, or dysfunction. Although neural networks also exhibit modularity and carry out specific functions, they retain the capacity to deviate from their usual functions and to reorganize themselves.” – Encyclopedia… continue reading.