We’ve all heard the age-old saying “You learn something new every single day.” Whether it is true or not, it is proven that learning something new each day will benefit you in a multitude of ways. Here are a few reasons why it is good to expand your mind and commit to adding something new to your box of know-how’s every single day.
Approaching your later years in life never has to be as scary as it’s made out to be. If you maintain your health and add a few important habits, then you’ll ease into your 50s with strength, vitality, and energy to spare. Here are a few more tips for upping your health game in your 50s.
Age is inevitable. While it can be daunting to get older, the best thing you can do is embrace it and be prepared for each season of life. Each stage of life comes with new issues, and it’s important to be prepared for them so you can focus on thriving instead of simply surviving. Here are a few tips that will help you live your 50s to the fullest.
If you are like most of the population and you suffer from winter depression, you will be happy to know that there are several ways to battle the blues. Here are a few more from our go-to list…
When you really think deeply about it, putting others before yourself when you don’t want to, can actually be viewed as a selfish act. When we commit to things for the sake of pleasing others or ‘looking good,’ we are doing them for artificial reasons, and the resentment ends up getting the best of us. In turn, we go through with the commitment with a bad attitude, taking away from the enjoyment of others. Here are some more tips for putting yourself first for optimal happiness…
If you’re like most people, you feel compelled to say yes to nearly everyone and everything. While this “yes behavior” seems like it would make you feel good about yourself, it actually does quite the opposite. When we feel like we have to say yes to everything, we zap our energy and end up feeling resentment for the people and activities that we said yes to, when we really wanted to say no. A lot of this behavior stems from the fact that the majority of us are major people pleasers and we fear ruffling anyone’s feathers. Here are a few tips for putting yourself first and avoiding the people-pleasing trap.
While social media is a great way to stay informed, it can be a major deterrent to making the most of your time. We have a few more tips for ‘staying in the know, while also letting go.’
Believe it or not, social media can become an addiction, and it happens faster than you think. There is a wide span of social media users and a lot of that has to do with when you were born. For those of you who are considered a ‘millennial,’ born between the early eighties and mid-nineties, you have most likely spent your entire adult lives on some form of social media, having always had access to the internet.
If someone told you that all aspects of your life could be better if you committed to dedicating just 10 minutes a day to prayer, would you do it? Here are a few benefits of prayer, that just might make you take a time out each and every day…
The summer months are jam-packed with activities, and if you have children, then chances are you are hustling from one thing to the next. And then, as soon as the end of August rolls around, the little ones are off to school, leaving you in a quiet house free of chaos for most of the day. After three months of spending quality time with your kids and grand-kids, it can make you feel like you have a case of empty nest syndrome once they head off to school and are immersed in a multitude of sports and activities. Here are some helpful tips for adjusting to the schedule change, and you just might find that some ‘me-time’ is just what you needed.