As the weather becomes a bit cooler, or even just gloomier, you may find a warmer start to your day to be more enticing. If so, this fun, “breakfast soup” is for you! (Of course, you can have it any time.)
Many of us struggle to deal with anxiety. But is the secret to doing so found in building a relationship with uncertainty? As humans, we hate uncertainty. Our brains are programmed to hate uncertainty because it creates room for danger and invites our friend, anxiety, onto the scene — except we’d prefer he not show up.
We live in a world of tea lovers, but have you ever wondered about its history and why it’s so popular? More importantly, are you missing out on a special opportunity every time you make a cup?
Uncertainty is having limited knowledge about an event, person, occurrence, or topic, and its future. In our busy minds, that means it’s difficult to control things, plan things, or calculate what is to come – which if you’re the average control freak, is a bit nail-biting. This meditation can help.
Whether you’re a wine-aficionado, like me, or just enjoy a glass here and there, you’ve probably heard about the benefits of red wine. And being that the average bottle of wine is made from 300-900 grapes, surely that glass of vino isn’t so bad, right?
Moving isn’t just about building muscles or improving our cardiovascular health — it can have a tremendously positive impact on our brains too — which is why I’m such a BDNF fan-girl.