“Everyone is still busy — worse than busy, exhausted, too wiped at the end of the day to do more than stress-eat, binge-watch and doom scroll — but no one’s calling it anything other than what it is anymore: an endless, frantic hamster wheel for survival.” Tim Kreider
What if we gave ourselves more by “doing” less. As we head into the holiday season — which we know is a tough time for people in recovery — we want to encourage you to make space for things that really matter.
Can we get to a place where we can say more than just “staying busy” when someone asks how we’re doing. Follow us to a place where you can make space for recovery, reflection, and most importantly — rest.
Making Time and Space for Rest
Reflection: The Good, the Bad, and the Holidays
A Mindfulness Exercise to Reduce Perfectionism
The Inner Critic: Letting Go of Shame and Self-Judgment