Let me introduce you to Jay Shetty if you don’t already know him. Jay Shetty is a storyteller, podcaster, and former monk who wants to make wisdom go viral. He loves taking his own life experiences, lessons from his time as a monk, and truths he has learned to make others’ lives better.
Many apologies for making you wait longer than planned for part 2 of how to stay sane throughout a global pandemic! Life got in the way and, well, I am only human after all!
So as promised here are more tips on surviving this crisis. In part 1 we discussed how to use gratitude, social interaction, routine and exercise to keep our morals up. This week we are covering the importance of getting fresh air (and leaving the house), the concept of information diet and our actual diet.
Let’s kick off!
Let me introduce you to the gorgeous Suki Carpenter who introduced me to Craniosacral therapy in this new episode of our Experts Interviews. I have found out some amazing things about our bodies that I did not know, such as how our entire body is constantly “breathing” and how our organs have movements. And of course we covered how Craniosacral therapy can help you if you are experiencing depression.
To reach Suki: http://www.whitewillowbeauty.com/
Instagram and Facebook: @whitewillowbeauty
Today I introduce you to self-care coach Sheleen Johnson to discuss how self-care can help people experiencing depression.
We covered self-care (what it is and what it isn’t), burn-out and how to prevent it, how to care for yourself when you are feeling down.
I hope you will enjoy this interview.
To reach Sheleen: