Through looking after the body like an athlete, programming the personality for success and developing a meditation practice to connect to the light everyday then you can integrate your spirituality into normal everyday modern life.
Have you ever felt like you needed another ‘real’ vacation after your vacation? In today’s post, we’ll cover ways to stay in harmony with your body and mind while making the most out of your holiday so you don’t come home completely exhausted.
How could doing nothing be a thing? And how is it possible to do nothing while living in a city and leading a busy life? In today’s article, we’ll discuss the ancient art of doing nothing and its benefits to your mental and physical well-being.
Perpetual busy-ness has become the new normal and checking off each responsibility on our “to-do” list, one at a time, a gauge of success. But what we don’t often see, while we’re on this wild ride of productivity, is just how much life quality we’re sacrificing…
Look away from the light! That is, if you want to finally get a good night’s sleep. Learn how blue light can negatively impact your sleeping patterns and practical changes you can make starting today.
Are you someone who loves waking early or do you like to sleep in? Are you a night owl or a morning person? These all depend on your chronotype; so in today’s post, we’ll determine exactly what our chronotype is to help you start getting better quality sleep.
Why when it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle do we struggle with healthy eating, exercise, and mindfulness? What’s stopping us from doing what we know is best for us?
An increasing number of studies show how meditation can help smokers quit smoking. But why? Here we’ll cover the different ways meditation can help you determine the root cause of this bad habit.
As mothers, when did it become a point of shame to ask for help? When did the old adage “it takes a village” morph into “I can do it all”? In today’s article, we’ll consider how, as mothers, we must learn to ask for support in order to be capable of being our best selves.