A Picture Is Worth 1000 Words: How Photography Can Help Your Mental Health

When you look at a photograph, what do you see? Pictures have the unique ability to say the words left unspoken, and taking them can be beneficial for your mental health. Even parents on a busy schedule can benefit from … Continue reading

Why You Should Read Less Books in 2021

I had forgotten how to read despite completing four books a month. After a few weeks of hitting my reading goal, I hardly remembered the books’ names.  The pressure of reading 50, 60 books a year had gotten to me. … Continue reading

Having Second Thoughts: What Makes Us Who We Are Is Stunning as Well as Humbling

The first title’s dual meaning says it all. Meaning #1 is figurative: after reading this piece, some readers may have second thoughts about espousing a profound perspective on how we function; one likely never encountered before. Meaning #2 is quite … Continue reading

7 Mental Wellness Apps Every Entrepreneur Must Use

Stress is an inevitable part of life, and with entrepreneurs, this stress reaches sky-high because of responsibilities, and long work weeks adding pressure to the personal life as well.  While being optimistic and having a positive outlook towards every situation … Continue reading

The 7 Definitive Steps to Self-Mastery

The pursuit of self-mastery is a life-long endeavor. Unfortunately, it’s not something you can be naturally gifted at, or pick up with relative ease. It’s rooted in the conscious application of your knowledge to make better life choices. You can’t … Continue reading

Here’s How Art Can Make You Happier And Healthier

Art can be a source of inspiration and comfort during challenging times, and this is why millions of people all over the world have started drawing, painting, or learning a musical instrument as a way to cope with the Covid-19 crisis. … Continue reading