Author: MaryAnn

  • 10 Ways To Boost Your Mood When It’s Feeling Low

    10 Ways To Boost Your Mood When It’s Feeling Low

    There are moments in life when we feel down and don’t know what to do. Boosting your mood can become relatively easy; pick one of these tips per week to focus on and boost your mood.  When our mood is low, it’s hard to get out of bed and focus on anything. But don’t worry…

  • How To Avoid The Mental Fatigue That Can Sabotage Your Career

    How To Avoid The Mental Fatigue That Can Sabotage Your Career

    Mental fatigue is a term often used to describe a feeling of tiredness or stress that can affect a person’s ability to work productively. It can result from stressors in our personal lives or at work. There are several ways to avoid mental fatigue. 1. Make sure you have a balanced lifestyle. Include plenty of…

  • Move From Anger to Equanimity in 10 Steps

    Move From Anger to Equanimity in 10 Steps

    Is it possible to maintain composure and tranquility when everything around you is chaotic? Equanimity is the opposite of what most of us experience each day. It’s the ability to remain calm and composed at all times. Add peace and composure to your life: All emotions begin with a thought. This is in contrast to…

  • Enjoy More Productive Workdays With These Strategies

    Enjoy More Productive Workdays With These Strategies

    Some of us get a lot more done at work than others. If you’re one of those people that never accomplishes as much as you should, you need some new strategies. Being productive is about preparation and good habits. Be the most productive person in your company with these strategies: A productive workday starts the…

  • Top 10 Reasons Why Meditation Might Not Be Working For You

    Top 10 Reasons Why Meditation Might Not Be Working For You

    Meditation is simple, cheap, and highly effective, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. And to be honest, it is more accessible than you think. Beginners have all sorts of challenges when meditating, but most of them aren’t problems. The complaints beginners have are simply part of the meditation process. Meditation can work for everyone that…

  • How to Be Your Life Coach

    How to Be Your Life Coach

    A life coach can bring you many benefits, including putting you on the fast track to success. But have you ever considered the possibility of being your own life coach? Being the one that holds you accountable? Being the one that brings out the best in you? Yes, the best life coach may be the…

  • Get More Out of Life by Finding Yourself Through Meditation

    Get More Out of Life by Finding Yourself Through Meditation

    If you’re like a lot of adults, you tend to define yourself according to external expectations and activities. You associate your identity with things like what you do for a living and the role you play in your family. That can leave you feeling uprooted when your situation shifts! Maybe you get laid off or…

  • How Meditation Can Improve Your Health

    How Meditation Can Improve Your Health

    The most common image of meditation is one of a monk in a religious experience. However, meditation is a practice that anyone can do to improve mind function and overall health. Meditation has been proven to reduce stress levels, and it can even help with conditions such as high blood pressure. Once you’ve become more…

  • Unleash Your Hidden Mental Strength

    Unleash Your Hidden Mental Strength

    It can be difficult to measure your mental strength when life is running along smoothly. However, when you encounter a significant event like divorce or being laid off, you’ll need to be in top shape. Prepare yourself for whatever lies ahead. You can do almost anything if you set your mind to it. Try these…

  • What Neuroscience Says About Binge-Watching

    What Neuroscience Says About Binge-Watching

    Seventy-three percent of Netflix viewers report feeling happy while they’re binge-watching. However, those marathon sessions could pose risks to your mental and physical health. A growing body of research raises concerns about what binge-watching does to your brain. Some studies suggest that watching back-to-back episodes can contribute to depression and anxiety and impair language and…