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5 Tips to Help Ground Yourself When You're Feeling Uneasy
This is a challenging time for so many of us, and we’re all feeling that energy in the air. We have experienced a lot of heaviness in our communities, conversations, and the news. We have felt depleted and exhausted - I know I have. It’s really sad when plans get canceled and it’s really stressful when our sense of normalcy is disrupted. Here are some tips I've created to help you ground yourself when you’re feeling uneasy this week
How to Protect your Energy & Why it is Important
Happy days aren’t guaranteed, that’s for sure and negative feelings come and go, they are temporary yes, but they have an impact. They really do have the potential to derail our day. Check out my recent blog post where I discussed how you can protect your energy during challenging times like this and why you should start doing it now:
5 Things You Can Start Doing To Navigate The Turbulence In Your Head
I was gearing up for my 100th Peloton ride one morning and I had it all planned out and was ready and super excited but then... My brain had something else in store for me that morning. It was like a dam has been broken and a rush of excuses came flooding in. It could have been easy for me to throw in the towel and succumb to what my mind was telling me to do, but I chose not to. Instead, I worked hard to navigate the turbulence in my mindset and I invite you to do the same.
How To Navigate The Turbulence In Your Head
When we make progress and work towards goals, our brain is not going to automatically be like, "Yeah, I've got this, I've got you." We actually can't count on our brains to do that. It really helps though, to understand that it's something that we can choose to resist or embrace, that our brain is going to play those tricks on us. WHEN SHIT GOES SIDEWAYS... how do you cope? Are you like a GPS that can easily recalculate or do you quickly feel derailed and struggle to get back on track?