The bottom line is that we often complicate the notion of happiness. We tend to think of happiness as something that’s unobtainable, far away, and out of reach.
Scientifically speaking, happiness isn’t just something that happens to you. It’s also something cultivated by you.
We all want to be happy. The good news is that we have control over our own happiness.
Mindful moments offer a way to reap some of the benefits of a meditation practice in just a few quick minutes.
Mindfulness is the key to getting out of our heads.
A habit-stack is a simple and powerful way to adopt and keep new habits.
When we look at the research on how to promote basic day-to-day well-being and quality of life, there’s one method that sticks out.
Neuroscientists have a name for the automatic pattern of pessimism that we fall into. It’s called the negativity bias.
Welcome to the Inconvenient Gratitude Exercise! Grab a pen and paper and get started.
Sometimes, our minds feel like a busy train station. So many thoughts are coming and going that we can’t seem to focus on what’s in front of us.