I just read this article on keeping kids busy while social distancing. I thought it had some good tips.
If you want to upgrade your brain like Eddie Mora from Limitless, then unfortunately you won’t find it to be as easy as taking a single pill. Instead, you’re going to have to look at more arduous and lengthy strategies, including such things as brain training or improving your overall health.
If you choose to go the brain-training route though, there is one especially effective and ‘easy’ method that you may find helps you to see the kinds of results you’re looking for. That method is to focus your training on working memory. But what does that actually mean?
Unique voice can help guide people and keep them from making mistakes. They can give support to a belief or dispel misunderstanding. Voices show our uniqueness and individuality. But if we fail to utilize and exercise our voices, they will fade with time. We will lose the ability to allow our words to change us and the people around us.
Imperfection is not the opposite of perfection, as if it is a state not to be desired. Instead, imperfection is the...
Are you struggling with being stuck at home?
I know, I am. And it’s not just recently. The entire pandemic I’ve struggled with my own mental health at home. More than I did before (which I did before)
As a voice teacher, I talk with a lot of artists and those that love them (aka parents of young artists) And mental health is often a topic of conversation.
It’s true that due to genetics, some people are more optimistic than others. However, did you know that you can learn to become more optimistic?
If you are committed to being more optimistic, try these 8 ways to become more optimistic.
When we spend our lives merely surviving, life can start to seem a little empty and pointless. Nevertheless, this is exactly how many of us live: we work for eight hours or more a day and then we come home feeling too tired and exhausted to do much of anything with our time. So, we sit and watch TV.
The same thing repeats and repeats and the most excitement we have is a holiday once a year to look forward to. Is that really living?
Holiday family drama is inevitable nowadays. During the holidays, it’s normal to indulge in joyous celebrations, tempting dishes, and the company of your loving family. Although this is the ideal, picture-perfect holiday sight, most families live in a far different scene.
If you’re sick and tired of dealing with holiday drama year after year, this is the perfect time to put a stop to your holiday fears.
Try these Five Tips to avoid unnecessary drama this holiday season:
1. Understand Your Expectations
2. Set Your Personal Boundaries Ahead of Time
3. Know Your Wants And Needs
4. Accept Your Family As They Are
5. Feel the Feels