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Training Our Minds to Notice the Positive

Summer is in full swing. Longer days, fantasy-worthy temperatures, and the buzz of outdoor fun draw u
Training Our Minds to Notice the Positive
Summer is in full swing. Longer days, fantasy-worthy temperatures, and the buzz of outdoor fun draw us outside our routines — and even our comfort zones — as we strive to make the most of this precious season. So it can be confusing when we don’t feel as good as we think we should, and frustrating when we succumb to fatigue and irritability of summer. 
Exhaustion strains our bodies and our minds making anxiety and mood management harder. Maintaining a positive attitude can help bolster our resources, but prove elusive if we are too fatigued. This is when self-care can become challenging to maintain.
This month’s digest is thus dedicated to maintaining emotional balance when summer fun can pull us off our A-game and leave our energy, and attitude, depleted. Refocusing on balance, and cultivating a positive attitude, can be powerful strategies in taking control of our negative emotions to reclaim the joy of the season.
Wishing you positivity, rejuvenation, and rest this summer,
Alicia

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