What Going To The Park Daily Did For My Creativity

As writers, we often spend hours hunched on our desks, awaiting inspiration. I was sitting there too, staring eye-to-eye at a blank paper. It had been almost three weeks since I had written a single verse of poetry.  The words … Continue reading

Six Reasons Why Cancer is an Emotional Diagnosis Too

By Cynthia Hayes, Author, The Big Ordeal: Understanding and Managing the Psychological Turmoil of Cancer No matter when you hear the words, “You’ve got cancer,” you are bound to have an emotional reaction. The news is devastating, and the physical … Continue reading

The Positive Effects of Self-Directed E-Learning

When it comes to self-directed learning, the learner is the driver. The learner gets to design, conceptualize and evaluate their learning project. Self-directed learning has proved to be a vital tool in developing the competence of the students. However, Worth … Continue reading

How to Become a Pro in Managing Diabetes during Covid-19?

As a health-conscious person, I always worried about keeping my dad’s diabetes score under control, especially during this Covid-19 pandemic. It had become very challenging for me to keep my dad safe. You might be thinking, why I was so … Continue reading

The Benefits of Regular Exercise during a Pandemic

We all have become a little lazy and are inactive in terms of activities due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Covid-19 pandemic has disturbed several aspects of our lives. Working from home, online training, and government limitation on gyms has led … Continue reading

Why Positive Thinking Won’t Make You Happy

We are often told that thinking positively can have a life-changing effect on us and be a catalyst for lasting happiness. While thinking positively is a great start, it is not really the ‘answer’ to achieving lasting happiness.  That’s because … Continue reading