At Oxford at The Boulevard Apartments in Corinth, Texas, nothing is more important to us than your health, happiness, and overall well-being. We offer these informative blogs as a way to enhance your lifestyle beyond the scope of the physical features and services that we provide in our beautiful and welcoming community.
Whether you are a seasoned mental health enthusiast or just starting to build your own self-care routine, we are all constantly searching for ways to improve upon our well-being. You could treat yourself to dinner and a movie, spend an afternoon in your garden, or tune into one of your favorite podcasts. You could also turn to one of these three self-care apps, which will make creating and implementing a balanced, rewarding lifestyle into a very seamless process. Check them out below!
Open the Calm app, and you’ll immediately be greeted with the gentle sound of the outdoors. Promising to help its users sleep better, boost confidence, and reduce stress and anxiety, Calm's Daily Calm sessions, soothing music, and bedtime stories work to increase the overall health and happiness of its users. In addition to Daily Calm sessions, there are also programs for intermediate and advanced users.
If you’re feeling down, it can work wonders to take some time to think about all the things you have to be thankful for. The idea for Grateful was based on research from Harvard Medical School, which showed a link between expressing gratitude and improved health. Posting daily diary entries will allow you to reflect on the good times and illustrate how the smallest things that can have the biggest impact on your day.
Acting like your supportive best friend or parent, Shine is “a daily pep talk in your pocket,” a friendly reminder to believe in yourself that can help you overcome stress. Not only can you get a Monday through Friday morning Shine Text filled with motivational messages and affirmations, but you can also access personalized audio challenges and self-improvement audio tracks to help you achieve your goals.