You know the feeling: you're trying to figure out how to tackle a tricky situation or solve a problem, but you can't seem to make any headway. The longer you spend thinking about it and trying to come up with ideas, the more you seem to come up against a brick wall.
How do you get unstuck and start generating ideas? How do you turn on the tap to get your creative juices flowing? Is there such a thing as creativity on demand?
How do you react when fear starts cropping up in your life? Do you become anxious and go into panic mode? Do you try to hide from the fear, denying that it's there? Or, do you find yourself becoming completely paralyzed when fear sets in?
These are all common reactions to fear, but they can also lead to problems, by reducing your capacity to effectively manage the situation you're in. So how do you counter these reactions and leverage your fear in a constructive way?
How concerned should you be about the air quality inside your home? Consider this: a healthy adult, not doing anything physically strenuous, takes about 15 breaths every minute. That works out to 900 breaths every hour!
Every time you breathe in, you're not just taking in life-sustaining oxygen; you're also taking in all the invisible contaminants hidden in the air, which your body then needs to deal with.
Tips for achieving optimal wellness, inside and out.