Don’t miss out! (14 benefits of learning)

When you think about what you do every day, you probably wouldn’t put learning new things on your list. Living a busy life can make it difficult to think about trying something new, but you could be really missing out, both personally and professionally. Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere. –ChineseContinue reading “Don’t miss out! (14 benefits of learning)”

Why walking in nature is mega good for you!

“For every walk in nature, one receives more than he seeks.” —John Muir Whatever the weather, walking in nature is not only good for your heart and fitness levels, but according to numerous studies it has measurable mental benefits and it may also reduce the risk of depression. Let’s take a look at how a simpleContinue reading “Why walking in nature is mega good for you!”

Turning a crisis into an opportunity

Crises come into all our lives at some time or other, and no matter how we may try to avoid them, they are troubling, unwanted experiences or events that take us way out of our comfort zone. Typically, crises result in loss of some kind. The very nature of a crisis undermines all previous certaintyContinue reading “Turning a crisis into an opportunity”

15 ways to boost self-confidence

We all have times when we lack confidence and do not feel good about ourselves. But when low self-esteem becomes a long-term problem, it can have a harmful effect on our mental health and our day-to-day lives. This week, we are going to take a look at ways some simple but effective ways to improveContinue reading “15 ways to boost self-confidence”

Don’t forget to cry!

“The sorrow which has no vent in tears may make other organs weep.” –Henry Maudsley Did you know that our bodies create 3 different types of tears?  (1) Reflex(2) Continuous(3) Emotional What’s more, each type of tear has it’s own healing purpose, e.g. (1) Reflex tears allow our eyes to clear out noxious particles when they’re irritated by smoke or exhaust. (2) ContinuousContinue reading “Don’t forget to cry!”