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Create: Setting Intentions

Making changes to our lifestyle can be a difficult thing, even if they aren’t humongous changes. You should focus on making small changes every day that will further your recovery and keep you on track. Make decisions each and every day that will make you a healthier and happier person. Remember: you dictate your recovery,Read More

Grow: Getting Things Done

“Face your to-do list and take back control,” urges Harriet Griffey, author of “Get things done,” for Wellness Journal magazine. Too often, we sit back and procrastinate on the things we should be working hard at. It’s easy to make ourselves look busy, Griffey says, when in reality, we aren’t doing much of anything. ContinueRead More

Movement: Get Active to Support Recovery

Getting into a fitness and wellness routine is essential during your recovery journey. Exercise is so beneficial for those who are trying to recover from mental illnesses and/or addiction. We know it can sometimes be difficult to find the motivation to get up and get moving, so we’ve put together a little guide on howRead More

Relax: Quality Time With Yourself and Your Peers

We often spend so much time around other people that we forget to make time to spend with ourselves. Don’t get us wrong, spending time with others is important. However, you can’t knock the healing power of alone time to reflect and recharge. Another empowering experience involves spending time with same-sex friends. For women, enjoyingRead More

Sleep: How to Get a Restful Night’s Sleep

Getting enough restful sleep can be a difficult thing to achieve when we have a busy schedule. However, we must carve out time dedicated to rest and sleep in order to ensure efficient and effective functioning throughout our days. Sleep is delicate. Here are a few tips from Wellness Journal magazine to help you getRead More

Eat: Using Diet to Avoid Distress

According to Christine Bailey, nutritionist for Wellness Journal magazine, your diet can stop stress from taking over. However, it’s important to note that not all stress is bad. Eustress, for example, is interpreted as being good stress, as it helps to fuel and motivate us. Conversely, distress can be detrimental to our health and wellbeing.Read More

Eat: How To Snack Smarter

When the afternoon hits, you might find yourself feeling tired and lazy. What you do next can either give you the boost you need or drag you down even further. According to health coach Suzy Glaskie, “Simple swaps and energy-sustaining snacks can help us sail through our working day.” Glaskie talks about her former foodRead More

Eat: Using Food to Fuel Your Recovery

There are delicious ways to boost your mood during your recovery from addiction or on your mental health and wellness journey. According to Wellness Journal magazine, “From easing stress to improving your mood, food plays an important part in how you feel.” The idea is to use food as a tool to fuel the mindRead More

Brené Brown — Wholehearted Living

Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston who studies courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy (Brené Brown). The Gifts of Imperfection was her first book. In it, she outlined how to like wholeheartedly. To live wholeheartedly, you must let go of one thing to nurture another. Villa Tranquil Recovery will go throughRead More