Articles about Stress

Realistic Life Balance

October 9th, 2017 / No Comments »

          The other day, a client asked me to explain, “how do you get to it all?” She wanted a concrete explanation of how to actually field the various roles and responsibilities life throws our way, while also maintaining some semblance of health, without a sense of constant overwhelm. She was [...]


Lower The Pressure

September 11th, 2017 / No Comments »

(Reposted from Rick Hanson, Ph.d.) Is it truly urgent? The Practice: Lower the pressure. Why? Things come at us with so much urgency and demand these days. Phones ring, texts buzz, emails pile up, new balls have to be juggled, work days lengthen and move into evenings and weekends, traffic gets denser, financial demands feel like [...]


45 Ideas to Help Soothe, Inspire & Ponder

July 26th, 2016 / No Comments »

I turned 45 this year.  In honor of this big birthday, here are 45 ideas, thoughts, musings that I’ve gained over the years. In my lifelong quest for learning, I am always on the lookout for data that will help make me a better person, or (hopefully) contribute to making the world a better place. [...]


The Evolution of Anxiety: Why We Worry and What to Do About It

April 19th, 2016 / No Comments »

Reposted from JamesClear.com Let’s pretend for a moment that you are a giraffe. You live on the grasslands of the African savannah. You have a neck that is 7 feet long (2.1 meters). Every now and then, you spot a group of humans driving around on a safari taking pictures of you. But it’s not [...]


The power of getting to one task at a time: Using the “Understand, Apply and Shift” model of problem solving.

April 8th, 2016 / No Comments »

This week I realized that things were feeling a little out of control.  I took stock and realized that I have been slipping into the great American pastime of multitasking.  What this looks like for me is books piled on my nightstand (literally, I’m in the middle of 6 books right now), multiple projects that [...]