It may seem ironic that here on a tech blog we are encouraging you to spend less time on your phone, but it is very true.
A few years ago we created a series about the importance of a digital detox. (you can watch below)
Now, Sasha Talks Tech has partnered with Well Being Trust to bring you 21 ways to help manage stress, just in time for 2019. That makes this the perfect time to add these activities to your routine.
Our tip for today: Limit Your Screen Time
Editor's note: In partnership with the Well Being Trust, Sasha Talks Tech has signed on as a #BeWell ambassador promoting wellness in our daily lives!
New Year, New You! A new year is a chance to begin again. With NYE right around the corner, we are bringing you 21-days of tips to manage stress.
So while you are setting your goals for 2019, join us in our commitment to #BeWell #BeThere #BeHeard
Our tip for today: Stop what you are doing and take a deep breath!
Scroll all the way to the bottom of this post to check out our tips from Day 1-19!
Editor's note: I have partnered with the @WellBeingTrust to bring you 21 ways to help manage stress, just in time for 2019.
The New Year, New You movement is upon us. That makes this the perfect time to add these activities into your routine.
Our tip for today: Listening to music that soothes your soul.
Read on to dive right into the topic of today: the power of a hug!
Also, be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to check out our previous days.
Since childhood we’ve been taught that drinking water is an important part of staying healthy.
Eight glasses per day has been the rule. Whether it’s hot days or headaches, we’ve all experienced the vital need for water in our life.
Sasha Talks Tech has partnered with Well Being Trust and Providence St. Joseph Health to bring you 21-days of actionable tips you can integrate into your daily routine to live the very best version of your life.
Read on to learn more about today's tip: Making H2O a priority in 2019!
MindÂ·fulÂ·ness, as defined by the dictionary, is, a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations.
Mindfulness is a practice that is available to all of us in every moment if we take the time to appreciate it.
Read on to learn how practicing mindfulness can enhance your daily life.
Editor's Note: It takes three weeks to form a habit. So we've partnered with the Well Being Trust and Providence St. Joseph Health to bring you 21-Ways to keep your stress at bay!
Hello everyone! Sasha here.
Have you noticed that it's right around that time of year when the "New Year, New Me!" posts start popping up all over social media.
You want to know one of the most stress inducing experiences I've dealt with? Learning to say, "No!". That's my tip to you as we head into 2019: Establish Boundaries and Learn the Power of saying, "No!"
Welcome to day 15 of the 21-Day Stress Management Challenge.
Read on to dive right in.
âScroll all the way to the bottom to check out Days 1-14.
Editor's Note: This is a guest post by Sasha Talks Tech contributor Melina Alves in partnership with the Well Being Trust.
Thereâs nothing worse than having a stressful day then coming home to an unorganized and chaotic home. I know itâs easier to put the dishes aside and say youâll do them tomorrow, but before we know it things get a little out of hand and become overwhelming!
It takes 3 weeks to develop a new habit. That's why we've partnered with Well Being Trust and Providence St. Joseph Health to bring you 21-days of actionable tips you can integrate into your daily routine to live the very best version of your life.
Our tip for Day 13 has to do with spending time with the people with whom you thrive.
Whether they are family, friends or your tribe, you find your way back to yourself and grow through these relationships.
Editor's note: Feeling stressed? Sasha Talks Tech has partnered with Well Being Trust and Providence St. Joseph Health to bring you 21-days of actionable tactics you can apply to your daily life to reduce stress and #BeWell.
In our earlier post, we discussed activities like yoga and meditation and how it serves a major stress reliever.
These techniques are proven, but you can’t always just close your eyes and meditate if you are in the middle of a project, stressful meeting, or dealing with family and friends.
Today’s tip is an activity that you can partake in no matter where you are or what you are doing: chewing gum.