If you were offered a key that could unlock your ability to move forward in your life, would you take it? What if I told you that this key already exists within you and that all you need to do is discover and use it?
Well, there is indeed a way to get unstuck and that way is to overcome limiting beliefs. Beliefs are assumptions we make about ourselves, about others, and about situations. To put it broadly, beliefs guide how we expect things to be in the world. They’re the lenses we look through that dictate how we feel, behave, and respond to things that happen around us.
What better way to start the new year than to purposefully think about and focus on what you want your life to be. One of the best ways to do this is by creating a vision board filled with images and words that are inspiring, and uplifting and that make you feel good. If you think this is not an effective tool to manifest dreams, think again! In essence, a vision board is a visual way of setting goals. And research has shown that setting goals increases the odds that you will actually achieve those goals.
Here are three reasons you should to create a vision board:
Sleep is so essential to our overall well-being that there is a day dedicated to recognize its importance. March 13, 2017 is National Napping Day. The purpose of this day is to provide everyone with the opportunity to have a nap and catch up on the hour of sleep lost due to the spring forward time change. Hence, National Napping Day is recognized annually the Monday following the return of daylight savings time.
However, the truth of the matter is that many people will not be able to take advantage of National Nap Day primarily because they have a hard time sleeping no matter the time of day or time of year. People who experience sleep problems is rampant. In fact, one in four people experience sleep problems sometime in their lifetime. A surprising number of clients who come to me with psychological issues have sleep problems as well.