Current research shows that writing about yourself in a positive sense is linked to better emotional and physical health. So what’s stopping you? It’s time to find the courage to put pen to paper and write your memoir.
The second decade of the 21st century has been the era of the jab. Arguably the most commonly used word during this time has, sadly, been “vaccination”. While to jab or not to jab has caused so much controversy and division, one thing we all desire is to be immune to the insidious COVID virus that caught the world by surprise. But while we acknowledge that we can choose to get shots to ward off diseases, is there a shot that can give us immunity from sadness and stress?
Have you ever caught your thoughts drifting elsewhere when exercising? Learn how to find mindfulness in your muscle movements which, in turn, will help you to feel motivation and an appreciation of your body.
Once a pastime of yore, knitting made a resurgence during the peak of the pandemic, and research shows this inexpensive hobby could be the key to mastering mindfulness and better mental health.
What gets you out of bed each morning and propels you forward? Do you want to find more meaning in what you do? Discovering and living in alignment with your personal ikigai is a way to harness the Japanese secret to a meaningful, long and joy-filled life.
From the benefits of pets, meditation and laughter, we look at some interesting slices of life which may just help your mind and overall health!
Disappointment is part of being alive and by its nature disappointment is not a pleasure, but if you approach it in the right way it can be a useful part of your journey.
Money archetypes help us to better understand our relationship with money. They will help us to become more aware of our habitual money behaviours, and with this awareness we can maximise our positive habits and find ways to balance and minimise our unhealthier ones.
You know that feeling when one part of your life is in a flat tailspin while another part is soaring to great heights? We are complex beings and capable of experiencing all the emotional seasons in one day like rain on a sunny day. Of course, this can be disorienting and draining, but the trick is knowing how to deal with life when we feel torn in two, feeling both good, bad and just a bit mixed up.
It is healthy to contemplate good times ahead. In fact, it makes living in the present that much easier. Discover five ways to create certainty in an uncertain future.
The phenomenon of dreams has fascinated philosophers and scientists for thousands of years, yet the question still lingers – what happens during dream sleep and why exactly do we dream?
There is a prevailing feeling that things are just getting worse and worse, but then humans have always tended to feel that, even when things are getting much better. So why do we tend to think the sky is falling, and what can you do about it?
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