Are you scared?

About the corona virus – traveling – or other stuff? I know I am. My MD advised me not to travel to Europe (from NY) in the Spring – he even added that he and his wife cancelled a vacation trip in May… I’m not “scared” now- I’m really upset about the cancelling of this … More Are you scared?

Ten Tips to Increase Happiness and Empower

These tips are  tried and true! : 1.  Listen to and follow your intuition. During these trying and difficult times it’s been shown that it’s often necessary to reprioritize to get best outcomes.   Your intuition is most often correct when it comes to your life, work and relationships.  So even if it’s an inkling feeling … More Ten Tips to Increase Happiness and Empower

Keeping it Simple!

Less stress for the Holidays has a “mantra”: “keep it simple”. Especially with recent research showing women under 50 are most affected by holiday-related anxiety, with the two leading causes being family or financial related. Try lowering you stress levels with these simple strategies: Exercise Remove yourself temporarily from what is causing anxiety Take a … More Keeping it Simple!

The Power of Giving

Want warm glows and feelings of happiness? Try the power of giving! Research supports that the power of giving makes people feel good and that those who spend more of their income on others are happier than people who spend more on themselves. Research from neuroscience suggests these people aren’t just saying their generosity feels … More The Power of Giving

Take Joybreaks!

This can be  a very stressful time of year.   Taking “joy” and exercise-stretch breaks throughout the day clears your mind, stretches muscles and ups the endorphins (feeling good hormones) and creativity factor. Throughout your busy day as an executive (possibly Mom!) http://www.balanceandpower.com/work-life-integration-for-female-executives.php it’s important to take regular joy breaks such as stretching, deep breathing, EFT tapping, … More Take Joybreaks!

Deep Sleep Each Night Lessens Anxiety!!!

“We have identified a new function of deep sleep, one that decreases anxiety overnight by reorganizing connections in the brain,” said study senior author Matthew Walker, a UC Berkeley professor of neuroscience and psychology. “Deep sleep seems to be a natural anxiolytic (anxiety inhibitor), so long as we get it each and every night.” Here … More Deep Sleep Each Night Lessens Anxiety!!!

April Balance & Power Newsletter: Eliminate Procrastination!

Procrastination is driven by a series of negative beliefs and feelings. Procrastination is a behavioral tendency that results when beliefs and feelings such as the following take over: The fear of failure. The fear of success. The fear of rejection. The belief that one is inadequate. The belief that one is not good enough. The … More April Balance & Power Newsletter: Eliminate Procrastination!