Monthly Archives: February 2013

What is Happiness?

Aristotle said that “happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.” Indeed, everyone wants to be happy. But what is happiness, really? Continue reading

6 Steps to Bringing Creativity to Life: Becoming a Flow-State All Star

After initial learning, some jobs turn into keeping all the nuts and bolts tightened. Blah. Feeling mentally restrained, my mind battled to wander into creative flow as duty called it away and the hands on the clock went by slower and slower. Continue reading

10 Lessons Learned from Love and Loss in the Last Year

One of the most painful ordeals we face in life is heartache from loss of love. Though this is the case, the Universe throws this challenge and others our way so that we can heal certain aspects of our soul. Maybe we have insecurities around our body and need to work on our self-acceptance and self-love, or maybe we have fears around rejection and failure that need to be overcome, or perhaps we need to learn how to better care for ourselves during these difficult times. Whatever the reasons are for why you are experiencing these hardships, you are not alone and you will make it through. Continue reading

7 Things You Should Know about the Raw Food Diet

I had a lot of misconceptions about what a raw food diet should look like. I thought it had to be done at its most extreme to get the results I wanted. It took me a while, but I learned a few things that make eating raw in the real world a lot easier. Continue reading

You Want To Change – So Why Can’t You?

We have all been there. We WANT to exercise more. We WANT to stop smoking. We WANT to eat healthier. We WANT a new job this year. And we REALLY WANT these things. We explore goal-setting websites, we set goals, we have the best intentions and we try and change our behavior. Continue reading

Why Making Friends Is Critical To Your Life

Based on recent research, people with a best friend at work are SEVEN times more productive, engaged at what they do. That means that making friends in the context of work will skyrocket your productivity and motivation. Continue reading