- Rachel explains how events this have increased her anxiety and what she does to calm herself down, quiet her mind and refocus (2:08)
- How detoxing from social media and being constantly connected to technology helps combat anxiety, and allows you to reconnect with those around you (3:26)
- Compassion fatigue is real! Rachel shares how you can disconnect by reconnecting through another medium. We might feel connected online but are we connecting enough in person, with the people in our own circle? (6:28)
- Educate yourself deeply, speak up, and give and serve one or two big issues a day. Don’t try to tackle everything! Centering yourself in spirituality and God’s word helps remind you of that intention (9:09)
- We have access to too much knowledge, too much power and too much news. In a world of “more” how do you step back and process it all? (12:25)
- Rachel shares a few Bible verses that help her soother her anxiety, help get over certain situations and address compassion fatigue (15:02)
This episode is sponsored by She Made Herself a Home, my book that will help you discover how to create a home that is inviting, beautiful, functional and uniquely personal all while staying on budget. It is a home decor planner that features beautiful photography from more than 40 real homes and contributions from other successful home decor bloggers. I promise it will make home designing an exciting, un-intimidating process. My hope is that these pages spark your passions, guide you to create spaces you love and most importantly give you the confidence to try something new. Anyone, no matter age, status, income level or past can make a home for herself and those she loves. Because no one has to break the bank to bring new life, intention and purpose to a home. You can buy your copy anywhere books are sold or at crateandcottage.com/book.
Subscribe and Review in iTunes
Get notified when new episodes are out by clicking the subscribe button here.
If you listen and enjoy my episodes, I would love if you left me a review in iTunes as well. This helps more people find the podcast!
Photo by Abbie Bernet on Unsplash