Leave Your Worries Behind

For Resting & Recharging Ahead of The Holiday Season

Let's face its, it's been a hell of a year. So why not do this holiday differently? Before the rush begins, take the time you deserve to rest, reset & de-stress.

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How to Get Ahead of the Stress This Holiday Season

• Get some me-time on the books! Schedule time for yourself (& away from your phone) to recharge.

• Keep a gratitude journal: when the going gets tough, the tough get grateful.

• Take a 20 minute nap. Studies show short naps can boost your mood, focus & creativity.

• Don't forget to exercise! Workouts can be the first thing to be cut from a busy schedule, so make a commitment to keep your endorphins flowing

• Treat yourself to hemp oil in your daily routine to help find & maintain balance in stressful times

Anxious Thoughts Keeping You Awake? Try These Genius Ideas for Better Sleep

• Carry your mind away from the rest of your day by indulging in a novel before bed

• Maybe you've heard this before, but you need to hear it again: put down your phone at least an hour before bed

• Turn your focus to your breathing and stretch it out before bed to ease your muscles & prepare for deep relaxation

• Establish a nightly routine. Whether it's treating yourself to a hot cup of herbal tea & a bit of hemp extract (or both), make a plan & stick with it

• Swap out your light bulbs! Studies show that blue light tricks your body into thinking it's daytime, so switch to warmer-toned bulbs.  

Battling Depression? You're Not Alone—Here's How We Cope Together

• When depression strikes, the last thing many of us want is to be around people—especially those we love. But we've got to fight the urge, reach out to our friends and family, and forge connection. Isolation is not the solution; it is the food that feeds the problem. So make that coffee date, send that text, say hello to your neighbor. Even the smallest acts of connection can make the biggest difference.

• When we're young, we're taught to treat others the way we'd like to be treated. When we grow up, we must learn to treat ourselves as well as we do others. Nurturing ourselves is necessary to keep us at out best. Whether your mental health wellness routine is journaling, taking a bath, going on a hike, slathering yourself in hemp-extract salve, or anything in between, make certain that you are making time to do things just for yourself.

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