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25 Ways To Cope With Seasonal Affective Disorder

After Daylight Savings Time hits, the days get shorter (well, we have less sunlight during the day), and it affects a lot of people. Some people have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which is a real mental illness and should always be treated with professional help such as therapy, but even if you don’t have SAD, […]

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6 Wellness Practices from Around the World

Your health and well-being are integral to your happiness, which is why they should always be a top priority. Incorporating wellness practices into your lifestyle can help you to feel more relaxed, positive, and energized. However, people respond differently to various wellness activities, so it’s important to discover what works for you. For inspiration, take […]

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10 Ways To Improve Your Mental Wellbeing Through Covid

It has been a difficult year for everyone, we have been plummeted into an unknown world of quarantine and social restrictions. It has taken its toll on everyone whether that be financially or mentally. If you are finding it tricky to keep your moral up, then take a look at our list below and see […]

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50 Ways To Practice Merriment

Merriment is something that gets lost on us so easily. What is Merriment? Let’s starts there. It’s fun. It’s having fun for no other reason than having fun. It’s playing. It’s joy. It’s happiness. It’s what we want in life. So when we talk about Merriment for our purposes, we’re speaking about happiness and play, […]

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The Importance of Self-Love and Glowing Positivity on the Road to Recovery

  Self-esteem issues and substance-use disorders are tightly linked — so tightly that it’s often difficult to distinguish the chicken from the egg. Previous mental health conditions often compel vulnerable populations to drift off course and find themselves venturing down a bumpy, downhill slope.   While you may not recognize the face staring back at […]

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