Getting the To-Do List Done During That Overwhelming Moment

What do you do when you have a long to-do list staring you in the face and you’re already feeling overwhelmed? Here’s a moment from my life that will inspire you to take charge and tackle that list.

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Clutter and the Highly Sensitive Person

Many people, especially if you have kids, have a lot of clutter. We tend to accumulate stuff without ever getting rid of other stuff. And the next thing you know, we find ourselves overwhelmed with all of our stuff. It seems to be everywhere and we can’t find a place for things. In this video,…

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Avoiding the “Where are my keys?!” Chaos

It can be maddening to get everything packed up, the kids are dressed and ready to go, and… You can’t find your keys. Now everyone starts drifting as you frantically search for them and it takes an additional 10 minutes just to get everyone out the door once you finally find them. After the baby…

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The Difficult Journey of Self-acceptance

Self-acceptance. Who would have ever thought this would even be a topic of discussion? Shouldn’t we all just inherently accept ourselves for who we are?    But that’s not the case, is it? Maybe you find yourself filled with doubt. About your abilities. About your productivity. About your choices. About your reactions to people or events. And…

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The #1 Reason Highly Sensitive Parents are Overwhelmed

The #1 Reason Highly Sensitive Parents Get Overwhelmed-2

It seems that just about every parent on the planet is overwhelmed. Add a highly sensitive nervous system and it makes it even worse. Obviously, there are many factors to consider here, but there is one that rises above the rest as a causing factor. Wanna take a guess?   I’m talking about self-care. Specifically,…

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Are You a Highly Sensitive Parent?

“It takes me forever to make a decision.” “I can’t watch the news or violent shows.” “When my kids start screaming in the house or my house is a mess, I feel like my head might explode.” These are some of the things said by highly sensitive parents. Sensitivity, in American culture, is viewed as a negative thing.…

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