"Me Time"

Hey there! Are you getting enough alone or quiet time with yourself? Spending time alone helps you to clear your thoughts, focus or refocus, sit with or process your feelings, increase your self-awareness and heighten your senses about your external world. With the busy schedules or lifestyles of today, it is important that you carve out "me time" on a regular and practical basis. Maintaining "me time" helps keep you grounded, centered and helps with reducing stress levels over a period. Thinking about what qualifies as "me time" can be challenging if you are not used to putting yourself as priority on your to do list or schedule. It may be something that you are already doing for yourself,

Good Friends and Mental Health

"Friendship is a sheltering tree." - Samuel Taylor Coleridge Back in my Goal Setting blog I briefly mentioned, "2017 showed me over and over that giving and receiving are balanced (notice I did not say equal), will blog about this later." So, later is now.😊 Good friends are necessary if you are trying to maintain some type of peace and stable mental health. The people you surround yourself with have the potential to bring you down or lift you up. Sometimes in a healthy relationship you are the one doing the giving and other times you may be receiving. One thing is for sure if you are always giving or always receiving this is concerning. These factors can significantly impact your emotional

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