Category: Self-Care

Strategies for Daily Wellness

In today's fast-paced world, maintaining a sense of well-being throughout the day is crucial. Amid the hustle and bustle, it's easy to forget the importance of taking time for oneself. This article delves into practical methods for breathing, relaxing, refueling, and recharging. Each section presents actionable tips to help incorporate these practices into your daily routine, contributing to an overall sense of calm and vitality.

A Self-Care Guide for Exhausted Moms of Special Needs Children

Being a working mom comes with its own set of challenges, but when you’re a parent to a child with special needs, those challenges can become even more demanding. Many parents are familiar with the state of complete mental, physical, and emotional exhaustion that doesn’t get better with rest. At Human Design Tools, we know that it’s important to acknowledge this fatigue and embrace self-care as a way to find harmony between your varying roles, so you can enjoy your life and be present with your kids!

Fighting Digital Burnout: Protecting Your Body and Your Mind

With the rise of remote work and social media sites full of endless scroll videos, people now use their devices for work and play. Compartmentalization is vital for balanced mental health, but when one uses a screen in the evening to relax from having been on a screen the entire workday, it takes a real toll on the body and mind. Here are some ways that overexposure to digital devices does just that.

How to stay positive during your mid-life crisis

Life, with its vibrant tapestry of experiences, often presents us with a daunting phase known as a mid-life crisis. Usually surfacing between the late 30s to mid-50s, this life phase can be a tumultuous time of self-questioning, reassessment, and a longing for change. However, it's crucial to perceive this life chapter as a transformative phase that holds the potential for personal growth.

Ripples of Kindness

Have you ever thanked someone for doing their job?  If not, try it and see what happens. What if someone thanked you for doing what you are paid to do? You can make the world a better place by thanking people that constantly help us but we tend to take out our frustrations on...

Pressure in your Human Design chart

Is your Head Center open? The Head Center is pressured to answer questions—but they are not always yours to answer.

The Experience of Writing a Book

Writing a Book: The experience of writing a book as a non-trained author. The steps I took to get my book done.

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