Healthy Mind

August 20, 2017
A Phoenix Rising | Phoenix Revolution

A Phoenix Rising

Hope a word so many take for granted it is bandied about in real life and lore usually with a dramatic flourish expertly acted “Hope keeps the dreams alive!” they say Although, no instructions seem forthcoming and dreams are nice but fail to thrive without action to relay them into being they are empty words unbecoming There is so much more we can do to be of support When did texting pleasantries or hashtagging outweigh […]
October 14, 2017
Getting Out and Making Zombie Lemonade | Phoenix Revolution

Getting Out & Making Zombie Lemonade

When life is throwing you lemons (or zombies!) use our recipe below to get out and be social! We struggle with getting out of the house and being social. I mean, we REALLY have to push ourselves to do anything “quasi-social.” At first, we just brushed it off saying, “we’re hermits” and “enjoy being alone” but now we know it’s depression and anxiety that’s been holding us back. Humans are social creatures. When we stop […]
January 25, 2018
7 Ways To Be More Mindful Today | Phoenix Revolution

7 Ways To Be More Mindful Today

Mindfulness is a term that is being tossed about pretty frequently right now. In the past, it was synonymous with monks, yoga masters and “Woo Woo” new age spirituality. Which, by the way, I heart some “Woo Woo” rocks and crystals but more on that some other time. Today mindfulness is getting more recognition, especially in the mental health sector, as a way to combat anxiety and depression. It is also said to aid in […]
February 20, 2018
Things we wished we learned in our childhood | Phoenix Revolution

Things we wish we learned in our childhood

Yesterday we were discussing our past and how we got to where we are today. One topic that kept coming up was how there were some things we wished we had learned as children so we could have avoided struggling with them as adults. The 3 key areas we wish we learned as children are how to handle money, nutrition and portion size, and emotional intelligence. How would our lives, and our parent’s lives, have […]