A few weeks ago we got together with Zack Rutledge to talk about his new book, The Official Depression Relief Playbook.
As it turns out, one of the best ways to control our emotions is by controlling our breath.
This science-backed gratitude exercise is backed by research done out of the University of Southern California.
We firmly believe gratitude is one of the most powerful exercises you can do for your mental fitness and overall wellbeing.
In this exercise, we’re going to combine the brain benefits of music with the power of affirmations to quickly shift into a more positive state of mind.
There’s something special about hearing your favorite jam pumping out of some quality speakers, but what effects does music have on the brain?
The science is clear; we all need to take a break from the screens.
This 5-minute meditation is for everyone, from beginners to seasoned meditators.
In this article, we discuss the concept of controlled breathing exercises, the benefits, and how you can get started today.
Is there a connection between writing down your thoughts and success? What are the proven benefits of journaling? Let’s take a look.