If you’ve ever felt “stuck,” you know what it’s like to have a certain mood linger over you like a dark cloud. What causes you to remain stuck is not having a strategy for getting out.
When you want to change a behavior, you’re usually faced with two options: moderation or abstinence. And the answer is different for everyone. Figure out how to choose the best option for you.
Why do we self-sabotage when it comes to maintaining goals? Dive into the psychology behind choice-making to fully understand the answer to this question, and learn how to stay on track with your goals this year.
If you’re a natural empath, chances are you’ve felt the weight of the world on your shoulders. To reap the benefits of empathy, you need to understand how to make it work for you so you don’t become a victim to other people’s emotions and thought processes.
Rather than focusing on eliminating the ego, try these tips to help balance it so that it acts in harmony with all your other layers of life.
If you’re looking for relief from anxiety, try these four daily self-care practices that can help you bring more mindfulness into your daily life and alleviate the symptoms.
This year, New Year’s resolutions may not be the path for you. Instead of making one day the day to prompt change in your life, choose to start living intentionally, with habits that align with your purpose as a regular part of your life.
In a constantly connected world, you never have to be alone. But what if being alone has the power to improve your health? Learn about the benefits of alone time and how to start practicing it.
The holidays can be a stressful time—family visits, shopping, social engagements. It can be hard to find your balance. Follow these tips to help minimize feelings of anxiety and depression for a more enjoyable holiday season.
Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks. But what if you’re not feeling very thankful? Give yourself some space and use these five tips to reclaim your gratitude this season.