If you are like many others and want to find a better sense of mental perspective, it might make sense to invest time and energy into mindfulness.
As America continues to undergo one of the largest civil rights movements in our history, more and more people are uniting behind this cause for the first time. While new faces and bodies can bring renewed passion and energy to a movement, anyone who has been an ally or advocate for some time is familiar with the dreaded compassion fatigue.
International Men’s Day (which is on November 19th) tag line is ‘Men leading by example’ and is not about fanning the patriarchy, but in fact breaking down those stereotypes and moving forward to a more compassionate culture that sees men for who they really are, just like women, soft and squishy on the inside with their own insecurities and emotional needs.
Recently studies have shown that spending time outside in natural environments can have a positive impact on a person’s mental health and feelings of wellbeing. From walks in the country away from the urban hussle of modern day life, to getting green fingered and spending time planting and growing your own plants or veg it appears mother nature actually does have a part to play in our overall wellness.
Lack of organization is a major cause of stress. If you aren’t organized, you will be more prone to losing things, and then you will have stress when it comes to finding the things that you have lost. Lack of organization causes you to be late, or to miss appointments, or to have lots of things to do and no time to do them.