Category: Stress

March 17, 2015

3/10: The Tyranny of Commitment

Today I was searching my online photo subscription account for something that would visually describe the word “commitment”. I knew I would probably have about 5,000 wedding related pictures to wade through, but was completely unprepared for what I ultimately found. For the word “commitment”, I was treated to several images of people with handguns pointed at their heads. Oooookay….what else might I find? Ah, […]

March 3, 2015

Why Your Stress Never Works Out the Way You Plan

We’re all stressed, and why wouldn’t we be? We live in 21st Century America. We’ve got stuff to do. And stuff has to be done and not just now, but yesterday. Because bosses, kids, school, groceries, husbands, wives… Yikes! Yuck. Some of us like to wear our stress like a badge. It makes sense, kind of. “Maybe when people see how stressed I am, they’ll […]

June 9, 2014

06/09: When the Internet is Wonky

Today, I am writing this post to you from the land of no Internet. (Obviously, if you are reading it now, you can easily make the conclusion that I eventually found said Internet.) We’ve had some storms recently where I live, and that often makes for a wonky connection. The tough part about it for me is that today was also the day I had […]

January 23, 2014

01/23: Too Busy

“Too Busy” has been my mantra for a VERY long time. It started when I was a child. I belonged to 4-H, participated in church youth group, took swim lessons, played rec league sports (I was terrible), and performed in various plays and musical shows (I was great!). To be honest, busy was fun. I made lots of friends and I learned SO much. I […]

October 17, 2013

10/17: The Difference a Chair Can Make!

One of the things that tickles me a bit about our office is when people come in and get their first chance to sit in our training chair. They love it! Enough to comment on it. All the time. We have an anti-gravity chair, which makes it more comfortable for relaxing while doing brain training. It’s big enough to comfortably support a variety of sizes […]