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

January is Financial Wellness Month: Here Are 3 Tips To Start The Year Off Financially Strong

2020 is not only the start of a new year—it also marks a new decade full of opportunities for growth, improvement and forward momentum. One specific area in which many people could stand to improve is financial management. January is … Continue reading

These 5 Mental Health Tools Will Help You Cope with Any Difficult Situation

Though it may be a surprise for some, mental health problems are commonplace. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, nearly 44 million American adults deal with mental health symptoms on an annual basis. That’s nearly 20{54c12dad2cc2b53ae830e39915b1a3e70288dbcbbeb8bbf8395437c5dc3c512c} of the … Continue reading

6 Benefits of Mind-Boggling Games for Child Development

Games are synonymous with activity. Playing is a basic human need and practically all humans enjoy to play. Playing games is not just an activity used to pass time, for leisure or relaxation but psychologists recommend playing mind-boggling games since … Continue reading

The Most Important Habits To Develop Before 30

. Looking at successful people, we tend to assume that they are cut from a different cloth. But once you factor in incremental progress, the image becomes less fuzzy around the edges. Whoever you think they are, and however you … Continue reading

3 Essential Tips to Spring Clean Your Mind

Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!’ – Robin Williams It’s spring cleaning time. Another year, another spring, and another chance to get your sanity back. If you, like me, don’t like winter, or if the past few months … Continue reading