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Relaxation Techniques for Anxiety

By Lianne Avila | January 17, 2021

Relaxation techniques will help decrease the stress and anxiety in your life. You may feel like you have to keep going. This will create anxiety. Relaxation techniques help decrease stress and anxiety. You are not a robot, and you aren’t meant to keep going. It’s time to stop and relax. You need to make this a priority in your life. If you don’t, you will experience physical and mental problems. Start to add relaxation to your life, before it’s too late. You may feel like you don’t have time, but you do. Put it on your calendar. Start with 10...

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Mindfulness Can Help Get You Through A Breakup

By Lianne Avila | January 3, 2021

You can get through your breakup. I know it may sound impossible, but you can get make it to the other side. Even when it feels like it will never end. Learn how to get through a breakup. We’ve all been there. Wondering if the pain will ever stop? How did it go on for so long? How did you let get things get so out of hand? It’s easy to blame yourself. It’s important to not beat yourself up, and remember that we all make mistakes. As humans we need to feel connected to others. This is why we...

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7 Tips That Will Help You Reduce Stress And Get Ready for 2021

By Lianne Avila | December 13, 2020

Reducing stress may be at the top of your list for 2021. You were in for a big surprise in 2020. You never would of expected to have a pandemic, and it still isn’t over. Reduce stress in 2021 Although, now that the vaccination is out it does feel more hopeful. But, we will probably have to wait that one out and see how it goes. You can still create hope for yourself in the new year. Make sure to keep in touch with friends and family. See what they are doing to remain positive and hopeful. This will also...

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7 Tips For Reducing Stress During During The Holiday’s

By Lianne Avila | December 6, 2020

The holiday season is known for surprises. It can bring unwanted family members and friends. It can also bring stress, anxiety and depression. Reducing stress during the holiday’s doesn’t have to be difficult. The holiday season can also bring a list of demands. Cooking meals, shopping and baking. When will it ever end? This may be the time to start your stress reduction plan. The holiday’s don’t have to be stressful. The first step is to stop saying yes when you mean no. You don’t have to please everyone. You shouldn’t be around people that aren’t respectful of your boundaries....

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7 Self-Care Activities That Will Reduce Stress

By Lianne Avila | November 15, 2020

You want to reduce stress, but you just don’t know how. There is laundry to fold. Working from home, and your kids are at home! You don’t know what to do with them. Make self-care a priority. You are feeling more and more overwhelmed. You may feel like you can’t take it anymore. If you feel this way, you aren’t alone. This has been a stressful year. Starting with the Coronavirus, violence and then the election. When will it end? The good news is that you don’t have to solve all the world problems. So, stop stressing yourself out trying...

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How Mindfulness Helps In Reducing Stress

By Lianne Avila | November 1, 2020

Have you been feeling stressed out lately? Learn how mindfulness can help you reduce stress in your life, and help you feel better. You can’t predict the future. So, why sit around stressing yourself out trying to predict it? Reducing stress is good for your health. Not only can’t you predict the future, I find people predict the worst possible outcome. This will create stress and anxiety that is unnecessary. I’m not going to say stop worrying, but I am going to say stay in the present. Studies have found that stress in the number one killer these days. It...

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7 Ways To Practice Self-Care When Dating

By Lianne Avila | October 19, 2020

Self-care can serve as a way to remain positive while out there in the jungle of dating. We all know how it can be. It may seem like the same old thing. Self-care is taking care of your mind, body and soul. But, if you hang in there you have a good chance of finding the love of your life. You may also make some good friends along the way. So, enjoy the ride. Self-care has become the new buzz word over the past decade. But, what exactly does it mean? Does it mean getting a massage, mani/pedi or facial?...

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Self-Care For Parents During The Pandemic

By Lianne Avila | October 12, 2020

“It is so important to take time for yourself and find clarity. The most important relationship is the one you have with yourself.” Diane Von Furstenberg You need to make self-care a priority. I know we are in the middle of a pandemic, and it may not seem like there is an end in sight. For some, it means they are working harder, and for some they are working less. Parents make self-care a priority Regardless of where you fall, you don’t want to lose yourself in this pandemic. One of my favorite simple self-care techniques is to stop and...

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7 Self-Care Tips For A Happier Dating Life

By Lianne Avila | September 28, 2020

Now is the time to make dating a priority. A self-care plan is good for your mental health and will help you feel better. It’s time to start prioritizing yourself. You are not a machine. If you don’t slow down you will burn out. This can cause resentment towards friends and family when you see them having fun. Self-Care Will Help Your Dating Life This means you need to prioritize fun, again, in your life. Remember when you were younger. You almost always had a plan for fun. Now, it’s work, chores and bills. If you don’t start to prioritize...

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7 Self-Care Behaviors For Failure

By Lianne Avila | September 21, 2020

Failure doesn’t have to be a bad word. We have all experienced failure. We just don’t all like to admit it. If you look at some of the most successful people in the world, they will tell you they have had a number of failures. Self-Care behaviors allow you to move away from feeling stuck. Failure may be one of the hardest things to admit, but one of the best things for your mental health. By admitting to yourself that you have failed, it will allow you to move on. You can’t go back in life. This will allow you...

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