REDUCE MENTAL OVERLOAD : MAKE A CHOICE TO “BE PRESENT”

We live in a world of information overload. Every minute we are bombarded with pressures to answer and email, watch an ad, listen to music/people or engage in some kind of activity. With cell phones permanently attached to us we have become accessible 24/7. This can be great in case of emergencies but this also puts our bodies in a constant state of “emergency” or heightened alert – which is detrimental to our long term health. Another thing that it does is it sucks the life and steals the JOY from the activity we are actually doing because we are … Continue reading REDUCE MENTAL OVERLOAD : MAKE A CHOICE TO “BE PRESENT”