Patience has never been one of my finer virtues. Like many of us, I’m used to all this quick and instant stuff. Fast responses. Immediate feedback. Instant connections.
We know that getting enough sleep, eating nutrient-rich foods, and participating in physical activities (that we actually enjoy) are all vital for our well-being.
My boss, at the end of a grueling day of both physical and emotional exercise, sat the trainees down in a checkout circle and said, “Go home, get some rest. Practice a little self-care.” She then went around and asked each of us what we planned to do.
Being an adult is overrated. We have to worry about being physically healthy, mentally healthy, spiritually healthy, and the one that everyone seems to forget about: financially healthy. So what does it really mean to be financially healthy? To everyone, the definition may be totally different, but