These little exercises might not sound like a big deal, practicing them regularly will have a massive effect on your wellbeing, relationships, and ultimately on your happiness in life.
The webster definition states that mindfulness is the practice of maintaining a nonjudgmental state of heightened or complete awareness of one’s thoughts, emotions, or experiences on a moment-to-moment basis.
The science doesn’t lie! Practicing gratitude everyday has some seriously profound effects on your brain.
Former Navy SEAL Mark Divine shares some tips and tricks that he learned during Navy SEAL training.
We constantly worry, it’s natural. This exercise will help you leave your worries behind and focus on what’s right in front on you.
Millicent Sykes shares with us a few ways to cope with uncertainty.
Being grateful means you’re not feeling the other emotions that can bring you down. Like anxiety, anger, or sadness. The best part – gratitude can be trained.
The more doctors explore breathing as a form of illness prevention and therapy, the more they turn up evidence of its importance.
We all use our phone too much. Here’s some science-based reasons why we should really drop the device when we are at home.