to then be more available for peace, contentment, and connection with the people and activities that are truly fulfilling.
One main reason many of us (including my family members and I) have many opportunities to detox is because our incredible advancements in science and technology have created unimaginable options—to have more and experience more—at affordable prices. And we haven't known of good reasons not to embrace our new options wholeheartedly.
For example, iPhones were just announced to the world in 2007. Think about how much iPhones have transformed our lives.
Undoubtedly, they are a marvelous wonder.
And they spurred the inventions of many other mind-blowing (or just super helpful) products and services.
However, the parts of our well-being that are most threatened by an unbalanced relationship with our entertainment options include our attention, presence, hearing, moods, emotions, sleep quality, and all that might be at higher risk from our unprecedented radiation exposures.
In April, we will honor our ears to explore how sounds, vibrations, and silence can help us balance how we spend our time. To help us optimize our health, healing, and joy.
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We live in a noisy world. "Noise pollution" can be created from sources we can't control (like from traffic outside or airplanes in the sky) and from those we can influence (like from inside our homes). Writing my recent article about noise pollution made me more aware of the noises I'm exposed to and how they may increase my stress, anxiety, and moods. What's empowering about that is that awareness gives me the opportunity to COUNTER the effects of noise pollution on my family and I. Swipe up in stories to read more about this (or copy and paste this link: https://ecs.page.link/WPTYC ). You'll find tips to manage noise pollution as well as an app that measures noise. You might start using it to select restaurants and cafes, especially if you're accompanied by children! I want to hear from you! DM me or comment below on whether you're sensitive to noise, sounds, and music. And double tap the picture to Like this message. . . #noise #noisepollution #soundtherapy #soundeffects #hear #nontoxicliving #ruanliving #homedetox #detoxyourhome #kidsmood #familymood #goodsleep