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Just the Best: How to Stress Less, Under-Calendar, Face Your Cravings & More

I don’t know everything that’s happening astrologically (could it be the 5 planets in or near retrograde?), but I feel like a wave of intensity hit me at the start of April and has hardly stopped for a second.

Has it been that way for you too?  If so, you’re not alone.  At least, I’m with you.

Whatever’s happening, I trust we can see this through and be all the better for it, if we commit to caring for ourselves, authenticity, and courage, even if we’re only able to take the tiniest of steps.

With this in mind, I’ve included articles on how to turn down the volume on stress, simplify your life, and fortify yourself in this edition of my favorite self-improvement and personal development articles.  Here’s to building our resilience, staying aligned with our truth, and expanding our compassionate presence.

NEW EDITION: Stress-Less, Under-Calendar, Face Cravings + More

I hope something in this list resonates for you!

How has the month been for you so far?  How are you taking care of yourself?  I would love to hear.

Thank you for your presence, I know your time is precious!  Don’t forget to sign up for my e-letter and get access to all the free self-development resources (e-books, mini-guides + worksheets) in the Always Well Within Library. May you be happy, well, and safe – always.  With love, Sandra

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16 Comments

  1. What a fantastic resource of articles! I’ve bookmarked about half of them to get through this challenging time in our world.

    • Thank you so much, Tasra! I’m glad you enjoyed them. And thanks for hosting the beautiful post on self-healing with Tara.

  2. What a great resource list. And timely! I’m giving a presentation this afternoon to a group of parents with severely autistic kids. They could use many of these tips, I’m sure! Resilience is the word that jumped out at me from your list. In my 10 Steps presentations, the thing most people seem to be looking for is a ground level resilience to cope better with all the ups and downs (impermanence!) in life.

    • You’ve truly captured something important in the word “resilience,” Galen. We so need resilience in these times to cope with all that’s happening in our inner and outer world, as you say the very impermanent nature of everything.

  3. What a fantastic list Sandra. I remember how the article by Eric Barker resonated with me the first time I read it, so it’s good to revisit. However, I wish you’d stop giving me so many fascinating things to read…you know I can’t say no to them! lol.

  4. Thank you so much for sharing the post I wrote for Tasra Sandra! Such a great list here – I now have several tabs open. 😉 xo

    • You’re welcome, Tara. Thanks for being so brave and sharing so honestly. I know your words are helping many others.

  5. Thanks for sharing this fantastic collection. I know what I’m going to be reading in my downtime over the next couple of days.

  6. Many of these are calling to me and I have some time to read them now! Whoot Whoot! 🙂

  7. Thanks Sandra- love the way you pull this together, you alsways introduce me to a new writer xx

  8. Hey Sandra,
    I always love your collection of articles…all so insightful and always something new to learn.
    Thank you for adding my Stress article in this lovely round up.
    xoxo, Z~

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