How to tell when enough is enough

It’s February. Cold where I call home.

Cold and gray.

I don’t mind… mostly because I’m in Belize. A cheap room, a cheaper flight and a pre-on-the-grid town with cheap food is a recipe for perfection. A beautiful escape from… well… the cold and gray. I’ve practiced meditation and yoga on the beach each morning the past few days. Then, bummed around soaking up the sun in the afternoon.

How to tell when enough is enough
The only thing you should truly fear is wasting today.

Your focus is your experience.

Last week, I traveled for a conference I’d been to a few times. The conference itself was way better than previous years. I was treated to many significant pearls of wisdom which I attached to simple – very actionable – takeaways.

Throughout the week, I ran into great friends, new people, and kind-of knew people who I got to reconnect with. The connections allowed me to talk – and in doing so, clarify in my mind – a host of different facets of my life.

The experience of this trip should have been amazing start to finish!

Negative bias played a huge part in continuing our species… but is it now doing more harm than good?

A few days into the trip, I received some bad news by phone. Your focus is your experience.

How Craniosacral Therapy Relieves Stress

Craniosacral Therapy relieves the constant overwhelm caused by chronic stress.

It alleviates:

  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Mental / emotional overwhelm
  • Nausea
  • Shoulder and muscle tension
  • Insomnia caused by stress
  • Ongoing frustration and sense of no control

Craniosacral Therapy acts as a massage for the body’s messaging system which relaxes, balances + optimizes your overall system.

How Craniosacral Therapy Relieves Stress