Figure Out What You Really Want with a Brain Dump
There are so many times that I must consult my to-do list because my time has been booked solid. I have to intentionally block out time for play...this is essential to self-care and learning to appreciate every moment.
Life gets overwhelmingly busy sometimes. You've got so much on your mind that it can seem impossible to sort it all out. Focusing on ways to live your best life certainly seem out of the question when you're just trying to get through each day. There's an exercise I like to do to help sort things out and to give me a fresh, renewed perspective. It's called a brain dump, and it's a super easy way to get all the stuff that's floating around in your mind out into an organized format you can more easily process. Take a look at what it is, how it works, and its benefits.
What's a Brain Dump?
A brain dump is actually a very simple activity that offers tremendous results. It involves writing down all the things that are...
You're Never Too Old to Try Something New
One of the most powerful skills you have is the ability to learn, and A House With Four Rooms states you should visit your Mental Room daily to "air" it out. Having a learning mindset is something you'll want to cultivate in order to live your best life. No matter how old you are or what stage of life you're in, you'll reap numerous benefits when you take on new learning experiences. These can be formal education in the classroom, researching on your own, or life lessons taught organically. What's most important is that you are open to receiving new information.
Read on to discover the many benefits of trying something new and continuing to learn each and every day as stated by the Indian Proverb, A House With Four Rooms.
When you "air" out your Mental Room, you learn new skills and information regularly, you're demonstrating that you're capable and smart. Each new bit of knowledge contributes to what you've learned...
10 Tips for Wellness in the Mental Room
I have been following Dr. Daniel Amen for a couple of years and really find his PBS Shows, books, and website to be informative about brain health. As the Indian Proverb A House With Four Rooms suggests, it is important to go into each of your four rooms (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual rooms) each day to at least "air" them out. Many of the activities, strategies, and tips that I'm offering in the blog posts and in the membership actually help you "air" out more than one room at a time.
These tips do just that: they overlap the other rooms and allow you multiple benefits.
A lot of the tips on this list sound like they belong on a list of tips for physical health. Your mental health, however, is dependent on the health of your brain, which is part of your body. What you put into your body has a strong impact on your mental health.
Chemicals from a great many foods are used directly by your...
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