Smiling has an array of wellbeing benefits, but during an era of masks and working from home, how can we still benefit from those “feel-good” vibes?
Catherine Falalis opens up about her 20-year journey with Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD). An exhausting cycle which, when at its worst, makes even the most mundane daily activities unbearable.
In our age of disinformation, click-bait and opinion polarisation, here’s how to cull the truth from the crap.
Perfectionism is on the rise — but that’s not necessarily a good thing. We speak to psychologist Dr. Mary Hoang about the downfalls of perfectionism, and how to reframe your mindset.
Relax, unplug and nourish your mind and soul with our book club picks, favourite podcasts and card decks of the moment.
Smells can sedate or stimulate us at the speed of a sniff. Whiff these eight wonderful essential oils to enhance your health and happiness.
ICYMI, we’ve put together a crossword designed to give your brain a workout, expand your mind and teach you something new in the process. It’s the perfect way to while away the time, soaking up some afternoon rays or curling […]
In a world that can make you feel like your productivity is a measure of your self-worth, lulls — a period of pause — can be hard to accept. Learn how to embrace the lull and become a pro at healthy procrastination.
The binary of “real life” versus “online” is full of grey areas and far more fluid than we think. Do we need to reconsider the weight and authenticity of our online interactions and reframe what we consider “real”? We take a look.
We’re sure you’ve experienced FOMO, the fear of missing out, but are you familiar with its more liberating antithesis, JOMO? Find out how to embrace the joy of missing out.