How Breathwork and Meditation Can Help Counter Feelings of Loneliness and Isolation

It seems we are in the middle of a new epidemic, one rooted in feelings of loneliness and isolation. Up to 47 percent of Americans report feeling lonely, double the number from a decade ago. When Cigna and Ipsos surveyed … r

Learning to Let Go Accepting a Helping Hand to Avoid Burnout

Learning to Let Go: Accepting a Helping Hand to Avoid Burnout

The World Health Organization has finally recognized burnout as a legit medical condition, thus distinguishing it from simply being tired or overworked. Burnout is much more than being temporarily exhausted due to an increased workload or responsibilities – it’s characterized … r

Harnessing Self-Compassion and Altruistic Behavior Improves Quality of Life

For centuries, people have contemplated and argued over the merits and flaws of the human condition. Philosophers and psychologists have theoretically and scientifically dissected elements of the human psyche to get a better understanding of who we are as a … r

happier at work

How to Be Happier at Work

Let’s face it – work isn’t always fun and games. Between stress, deadlines and occasional long hours, your job can start to feel more dreadful than enjoyable, and more meaningless than fulfilling. However, as working takes up so much of … r

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5 Habits that Productive People Do Before Bedtime

Do your evenings tend to slip by too quickly? If you want to maximize and become productive in the last hours of your day without burning yourself out, then choose to view your evening as the launch pad of your … r

Fika: What Can We All Learn From This Swedish Coffee Tradition

If you’re not from Sweden, chances are you won’t be familiar with the word fika. However, if you were to visit Sweden at some point, you would probably hear it on a regular basis. So, what is fika? In lack … r