How to Stop Lying to Ourselves: A Call for Self-Awareness r

Finding a sincere person is difficult. We are not always ready to share our innermost feelings and do not show a lot of emotions. People have a right for little secrets, but problems begin when we try to deceive ourselves. … r

6 Ways Social Media Negatively Affects Mental Health r

When was the last time you were with family or friends and didn’t check your Facebook or Instagram feed? When you’re at a nice restaurant, do you pay more attention on clicking a picture of the food than eating it? … r

The Rules of Sleep Hygiene Made Me Rethink My Mornings

I think our modern compulsion to optimize the living hell out of our mornings is counterproductive. Okay. Maybe I shouldn’t make such a sweeping statement. Let’s try again. For me, personally, when I tried to apply takeaways from the seemingly … r

Seven Ways Keeping a Journal Can Help Your Career

Keeping a journal might seem childish, but you’d be surprised to find out about the help it can offer you during a period of struggle. An intimate journal is meant to keep a record of your daily activities as well … r

The Inner Workings of Fleeting Motivation

On one of those days, when motivation runs low, you (as usual) start browsing a social network of your choice. And she shows up – that mega-successful person who, in the midst of all the challenges, distractions, and temptations, got … r

Meditation mastery

Training Your Mind with Meditation

“Meditation is a science, the systematic process of training the mind.” – John Yates, Ph.D. By sophomore year of high school, it had become clear that my mind was completely out of control. After a series of car crashes resulting … r