Eat Right on a Budget

Nutritious food is a critical piece to better mental health. If you’re operating on a tight budget, it’s still possible to eat healthy while pinching pennies. Learn more in this video from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

March is National Nutrition Month

You’ve heard the saying, “You are what you eat.” It rings true regardless of your age or weight. Eating right and having good nutrition is essential for a healthy mind and body because what you eat impacts energy levels, mood, overall health, and mental well-being. Food and your mood Having a healthy and well-balanced diet… Continue reading March is National Nutrition Month

Is It Time to Start Job Searching?

A toxic workplace is one where the atmosphere, people, or both create negative disruptions to a person’s entire life, even outside of work. In a toxic work environment, employees find it hard to work and grow in their careers because of the pressures created by coworkers, managers, or the company as a whole.  If you… Continue reading Is It Time to Start Job Searching?

The Mental Benefits of a Tidy Space

Does being in a cluttered space make you feel overwhelmed, stressed out, and anxious? You’re not alone.  According to Harvard Business Review, physical environments play a significant role in cognition, emotions, and behavior. An untidy space can decrease the ability to focus and increase stress and anxiety levels. Benefits of a tidy space Research shows… Continue reading The Mental Benefits of a Tidy Space

5 Mental Health Resolutions

While there’s never a bad time to focus on improving your mental health, a new year is a great time to pick up some new habits. With the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic and other traumatic events throughout our world and personal lives, 2021 has been a particularly stressful year.  While heading into 2022, it’s… Continue reading 5 Mental Health Resolutions

Looking Back on a Year Gone By

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As your year ends and a new one presents itself, it’s time to reflect on the last twelve months, your experiences, as well as your emotional and mental health. What parts of you need healing? Further exploration? What goals do you want to set? A new year is a time of new beginnings, discoveries, and… Continue reading Looking Back on a Year Gone By

Balancing Needs and Wants

Self-care has taken the internet by storm with people posting photos of splurges and spa days and “treat yourself” trips. Sometimes you need moments like these to take care of yourself. But what happens when your needs are skewed by your wants? The wrong kind of “self-care” is often temporary relief, not lasting or healing… Continue reading Balancing Needs and Wants

Materialism’s Impact on Mental Health

We have all met someone that is materialistic, focused on making sure they have the newest and trendiest items, regardless of cost. They have attached satisfaction and importance to having an immeasurable amount of possessions that are better than what they previously had. They are in a pattern of retail therapy with a purchase, get,… Continue reading Materialism’s Impact on Mental Health

An Attitude of Gratitude

Adding acts of gratitude into your daily routine can improve mental health. It’s easy to get pulled down by the weight of things that may not be going as planned in life. Much of what takes a toll on our mental health are influences outside of our control. Maybe it’s family, a job, or a… Continue reading An Attitude of Gratitude

10 Things You Can Do to Help Your Recovery Journey

Finding direction during recovery leads to success. It can make the difference between positive days and challenging setbacks. Here are ten steps to help you along the way. Meditation Meditation is a wellness practice that aids in clearing your mind and alleviating stress. It gives you time for reflection and exploration of your emotions. Quieting… Continue reading 10 Things You Can Do to Help Your Recovery Journey