Travel can be alternately exhausting, frustrating and energizing. How can you even things out?
Let’s face it, travel can be extremely stressful for everyone. If you’re an HSP or empath it can be even more trying. Airports, Crowded planes, jet lag, strange surroundings, figuring out where to go and what to do, time schedules, etc, all add up and can ruin either a business trip or a vacation pretty quickly.
If you’re planning a vacation or a business trip, a little pre-planning can make all the difference
How do you fit it all in without losing track of yourself in the shuffle?
As a parent, you have your own schedule and work to worry about, plus making sure your kids get to where they are supposed to be, get their home work done, do well in school, socialize…..it’s a seemingly never-ending list.
Pre-planning can reduce stress and help you ease into the day. It’s easy to be so overwhelmed by it all that it’s hard to focus on what steps to take. Before you know it you are fully embroiled in stress. Here are just a few ideas we hope will help you have a more relaxed school year.
As a parent, you not only have to worry about getting yourself to work during the school year but now have more schedules than ever to juggle and your kids need your help as well. While we certainly don’t have the answers or a magic wand that you can wave and make it all easy and joyous, we do have some ideas that might help make back to school less stressful.
The morning rush to get to school is the first stress. What can you do the night before to be ready or have your child ready to walk out the door?
Going back to school brings excitement as well as anxiety for most children and even more so if they have various sensory needs. The following tips apply to all children and can help you and your children ease back into school
If your child fits into one of these groups, coping skills are even more important: ADD/ADHD, HSP (highly sensitive kids) and kids with SPD, sa href=”/blog/help-for-spd-sensory-processing-disorder/” target=”_blank”>sensory processing disorders, these 5 tips apply to ALL these groups and may be of help to all kids. Continue reading →
Honeybees Partner with Nature – But What if Nature is Disturbed?
Bee colonies worldwide began collapsing in 2003-2004 for no apparent reason.
A host of causes have been cited: pesticides, mites, viruses, hive hygiene, monoculture and climate changes. Daniel Favre decided to investigate another source of disruption for bees – cell phone signals.
Electromagnetic Waves Agitate Bees
Because cell phones work by sending signals that produce electromagnetic radiation, this researcher thought the bees might be affected by these waves. Bees make sounds as they fly around as a way of communicating with each other. In a landmark research study Continue reading →