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

How to Deal with Post-Holiday Anxiety and Stress

Most people view holidays as happy, positive, and filled with warmth. But for others, it’s quite the opposite. It’s true that holidays bring a sense of togetherness, but it also brings in a heap of expectations and commitment. Buying gifts … Continue reading

To Leave Your Fears Behind, Learn to Live in the Now

Spiritual teachers have told us that life is unfolding in the now and that only the present moment exists. Scientists such as Albert Einstein have confirmed this. We think time is linear, but that’s because we don’t perceive the now. Our minds are … Continue reading

How to Stay Positive This Festive Season

The festive period is a time for connecting with loved ones and for taking some well-deserved time off to unwind. Sadly, with a global pandemic in our midst, it’s looking a bit different for many people this year. For some, … Continue reading

8 Ways to Care for Your Mental Health in the New Year

As the pandemic relentlessly drags on, many people are beginning to realize that their mental health is slipping. About 19% of Americans are currently battling a mental health condition, marking a 1.5 million increase from last year. Amid stay-at-home orders, … 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