Dealing With: “Can You Do Me a Favor?” Saying No to Effectively Manage Your Time

Have you ever been asked for a favor and before the person asking has even finished their sentence, you already knew that you WANTED to say no? But you said yes instead because you felt guilty, didn’t you? Requests for … Continue reading

The Manic Pursuit of More, More, More

We live in a world obsessed with the analytic construct of volume. We continually crave more, more, more. We’re in a constant cycle of more. We are told this cycle is good. More productivity, more efficiency, and more predictability are what we crave … Continue reading

Fermented Foods and Your Gut: Why They Are So Good for Your Health

Do you have more than the occasional abdominal upset? If you find yourself singing the Pepto-Bismol jingle most days, why not consider adding more fermented foods to your diet.  You don’t have to go to a fancy health food store … Continue reading

Why Education Should Be a Lifelong Process

Many of us consider the end of our formal schooling to be the end of our education. We leave school, begin our professional careers, and shift our focus away from learning. But growth is a lifelong process, not limited to … Continue reading

How to Boost Your Productivity with the Science of Well Being

Whenever I hear the word productivity, I often have mixed feelings about it. While I love the underlying sense of proactivity it brings to the table, a part of me feels the terminology is better suited for something unemotional like … Continue reading

How Cutting the Social Media Cord Saved My Mental Health

There’s never been a better time to consider taking a social media cleanse. In the midst of a pandemic, social unrest, political debates, protests and a failing economy, hopping on social media can be incredibly depressing. Instead of providing an … Continue reading