Tag: mental health

4 Steps for a Spiritual Spring Cleaning

At this point Spring is in full swing and summa is near. Because I’m on an academic schedule, I am only now getting around to resetting and refreshing for the new season. At this point, hopefully you’ve gone through your cabinets, drawers, and closets to […]

“Do One Thing” – A How To Guide

In my last post, I wrote about my ongoing struggle to do one thing – to center myself in a given task in a given moment. Since writing that post, I have actively been working to slow down and operate with intention throughout my daily […]

Do One Thing

When is the last time you just did one thing? When you had a task before you and you gave it 100% of your focus, without allowing yourself to be distracted by other things. I can honestly say that it’s been a while for me. In […]

Self-Care in Times of Darkness

Many of us have been negatively impacted by the results of the U.S. presidential election. It has been extremely mentally and emotionally taxing for me and those of around me to wrap our heads about the nation’s decision. We are entitled to be upset. We […]

6 Tips for Self-Care (as a Grad Student or as a Person in General)

Hey yall,  As my summer comes to a close, I find myself thinking about the strides that I have made in self-care since starting my PhD program three years ago. While yoga instilled in me ideas of balance and self-care, it continues to be my duty […]