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Posted in mental health, mindfulness, personal development, positive energy, recreation, resilience, self development, Self Help, stress, stress management, travel, traveling, Uncategorized, vacation tips, tagged personal development, time out, vacation on January 31, 2017| Leave a Comment »
Posted in addictions, aggressive, anger, anger coach, anger management specialist, anxiety, assertive, attitude, balance, breath work, career coach, career strategies, Certified Anger Management Specialist, change management, communication, confidence, conflict coaching, cravings, depression, EFT, emotional eating, emotional flexibility, Emotional Freedom Techniques, empowerment, energy, expectation, fear, fearless, food issues, forgiveness, frustration, fun, goal setting, goals, gratefulness, gratitude, happiness, health, holistic health, life coach, lifestyle, mind-body, mindful meditation, mindfulness, peak performance, peak performance coach, perfectionism, perseverance, personal coaching, personal development, perspective, positive attitude, positive energy, positive psychology, positive thinking, prioritizing, problem solving, procrastination, productivity, recreation, relationship coaching, relationships, relaxation, relaxation breathing, release, resilience, self esteem, self-help, spiritual and emotional health, strategy, strength, stress, stress management tips, stress reduction, stress release, stress resilience, success, success coaching, tapping, tagged anger, anxiety, DeStress Tips, EFT, emotional eating, exercise, frustration, happiness on June 7, 2014| Leave a Comment »
DeStress Tips III by Eileen Lichtenstein, CEO www.balanceandpower.com
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DeStress Tip: Honor your boundaries and say no~ ow.ly/xgBS5
DeStress Tip: Disconnect from technology, from work related stuff for an hour, a half day, weekend, week… fb.me/6TIlRfRqR
DeStress Tip: See the whole chessboard when u play chess! ie: Don’t lose your temp[er on the road!~… fb.me/455zqB7Nu
DeStress Tip: “Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that… fb.me/2UDm0FAhQ
DeStress Tip: Get in front of a mirror and practice smiling. While working your grin, take a minute to… fb.me/3C1AWxonO
DeStress Tip: Stop negative self talk. Switch the thoughts of negativity to positive mantras, such as “I am a strong woman (man)!”
DeStress Tip: Write down five things that you are proud about and stick the list in your wallet to pull out to… fb.me/3h1nJWuiQ
DeStress Tip: Exercise! Ditching exercise for a more sedentary way of life can have an overall negative effect on… fb.me/3imdJ7YUT
DeStress Tip: Exercise and you will feel better about yourself and the more likely you are to live a healthy… fb.me/3tuGlB7S1
DeStress Tip: If you are able to take a step back and laugh at yourself and the absurdity of life every now and then, things won’t seem…
DeStress Tip: Regardless of the outcome, following through boosts confidence and reassures us that when all is… fb.me/3ILcRMkSn
DeStress Tip: We need the action/practice component for ultimate productivity powerful positive language to become a happy habit!…
DeStress Tip: Making and sticking to a decision is a source of happiness because it gives you a sense of control, of efficacy.
DeStress Tip: Laugh More!: A small child typically laughs more than four hundred times a day, and an adult-… fb.me/2SuM58kiI
DeStress Tip: Acting in an outgoing, talkative, adventurous or assertive way makes people- even introverts-feel… fb.me/3ShSe4ZAe
DeStress Tip: Happier people are more interested in social problems. They do more volunteer work and contribute. fb.me/1tKKZilEF
DeStress Tip: 8 Tips for Feeling Happier wp.me/poyvn-PN
DeStress Tip: Focus is a skill you can develop. Do you know you can rewire negative patterns??
DeStress Tip: 10 Tips to Stop Self-Sabotage fb.me/1iORMVSRd
DeStress Tip: Transition = Opportunities ow.ly/ws5oa
DeStress Tip: Perfectionism is the enemy of creativity and productivity. You don’t even have to be creating… fb.me/6LtLacATj
De-Stress Tip: “Progress always involves risk. You can’t steal second base and keep your foot on first.” – Bob… fb.me/6TjurOU0a
DeStress Tip: A great appreciation of nature and our connection to it enhances our spirit and helps to connect us… fb.me/3rBKOuWdn
DeStress Tip: Meditating can help develop the art of patience.
DeStress Tip: Patience means allowing things to unfold at their own speed rather than jumping in with your… fb.me/1bz1T3ZuL
DeStress Tip: Take time to access what you have in front of you, take a break and re-evaluate. ow.ly/wdrSX
DeStress Tip: Stop Smoking with EFT! ow.ly/wdt0u
DeStress Tip: Studies show that expressing anger only aggravates it.
Posted in balance, meditation, mind-body, nature, recreation, tagged birdsong, emotions, kayaking, long island, meditation, moving meditation, nature, peaceful, stillness, summer on August 30, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Living in Long Island, New York in summer is a gift. Nature is in our backyards, the parks and along the shores. I’ve been grateful to have the time, stamina and physical ability, as well as a husband/best friend to go kayaking with in peaceful Hewlett Bay-Harbor. As we navigated through high tide this morning, a meaningful excerpt from a book I’ve been reading came back at me:
Everything that you have ever asked for is downstream, where you can easily find it, experience it, possess it, or live it.
The Astonishing Power of Emotions
Esther and Jerry Hicks (The Teachings of Abraham)
My bird watching was then accompanied by strains of the Beatles singing “…turn off your mind, relax and float downstream…”, from Tomorrow Never Knows.
Ah, taking meditative time in nature during the summer is something I look forward to. It is my hope that you may experience the joy and power of being outdoors, in stillness or in movement, wherever you reside.
When I was growing up in Brooklyn, I dreamed of owning a covertible and driving with the top down..Maturity brought some considerations to this matter: allergies, the effort to roll it up and down, my contact lenses being upset in my eyes and more recently, the sunburn index. While in Florida this week, I was offered the keys to my brother-in-law’s convertible for a day. A glorious-one of the top ten weather days it was- so I applied thick sunblock, a hat and shades. I was a quick study to the automated top and Sirius radio. It didn”t take long for me to feel the wind and sing along with Fleetwood Mac and think about growing up in Brooklyn. All good!