Have you ever juggled your need to get much done with your need to be restored through rest in God? Just as work is valuable, rest has great value. It is easier for me to get caught up in the busyness of my day than to make time for rest. Rest requires courage. In today’s post, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith shares about the value of rest in God. Take the quiz to find out what type of rest you’re missing.
While I am an author, I am also an avid reader of other authors’ books, and am frequently asked for resources to help my patients, friends, and family with situations they encounter. So I thought you might like to see my list of Top 25 must read, life changing books (the best books about living life to the fullest) from books read this past year.
Does the busyness of the holiday season leave you zapped of peace and joy? How do you take care of yourself in the midst of all the holiday preparations? When you’re giving out gifts to others, give a few gifts to yourself as well. Read more for 15 Ways to Take Care of Yourself this Christmas. [more]
Dear Dr. B,
I get so easily distracted that it keeps me from being more effective in my personal and professional life. How can I keep my mind from wandering or being distracted by a million things?
Driven to Distraction
Everyone gets distracted from time to time, but it sounds like what you are describing is more than an occasional distractibility. [more]
In this article, a reader on Ask Dr. B asks how to prevent sleep loss when she is so tired she can hardly stay awake, but something grabs her attention and jolts her mind awake. I cover 5 factors that rob us of sleep quality as well as tips to make healthy changes to improve your quality of sleep and your functioning during the day.