Money Mistakes That Lead To Financial Troubles

This is an article from Dividend Diversify written by Tom Let’s take a look at some of the most common financial mistakes. Because knowing that you are making a financial mistake.  Is a simple solution to money problems in the first place. So, let’s not delay.  Here are some of the biggest financial mistakes that people make.Continue reading “Money Mistakes That Lead To Financial Troubles”

8 Scientifically Proven Ways To Beat Mental Fatigue

This nice article by  Stephen Altrogge will help you stay alert and sharp mentally. Are you dealing with mental fatigue? Picture this scenario: You head to work, feeling as though you’re well-rested, and midway through your morning, you’re already tired. You’re drained and worn out, even though your day is barely started. Or, through theContinue reading “8 Scientifically Proven Ways To Beat Mental Fatigue”

Embrace Your Spaces (With audio version)

Fraser Duncan is a Scottish in Bristol, UK, near retirement and embracing the slow. He cares about family, health, aging, compassion, growth, self-awareness, UK politics, and society One way or another, we are all mostly busy most of the time. We could be running a business or in a stressful job, we could be managing aContinue reading “Embrace Your Spaces (With audio version)”

Create a Safety Plan to Stay Safe in an Abusive Relationship (With audio version)

This is an article on wellbeing and safety by BLACKWELL DIGITAL Safety planning is not one-size-fits-all – every survivor will be in a unique situation and have to plan for their individual circumstances. Below is a list of steps and actions to take when preparing your safety plan. Identify the safest rooms in your home. TypicallyContinue reading “Create a Safety Plan to Stay Safe in an Abusive Relationship (With audio version)”

Understanding Avoidance in Grief

Learn how to face your grief with this article from ELEANOR HALEY Avoidance is an important concept for grievers to understand.  Some of you may remember we briefly touched on this subject when we discussed avoidance coping vs. taking a break from grief.  Although this post made an important distinction, it didn’t seek to explain avoidance and theContinue reading “Understanding Avoidance in Grief”

4 Ways to Train Your Brain to Practice More Gratitude (With audio version)

This article about gratitude is from Mindful, I hope it will uplift you Take time to notice what’s around you Practicing mindfulness helps you tune in to the present moment. It is possible that if you are a grateful person, you are more mindful of others’ gestures. The more often you tune into your awareness,Continue reading “4 Ways to Train Your Brain to Practice More Gratitude (With audio version)”

7 Seemingly Charming Habits That Are Actually Manipulative

Kristine Fellizar is a lifestyle writer at Bustle, where she covers all things related to sex, dating, and relationships — from dating how to’s to zodiac compatibility. She also writes about health and wellness. In addition to Bustle, her work has been featured in a number of publications including HelloGiggles, FabFitFun, The Date Mix, AwesomenessTV,Continue reading “7 Seemingly Charming Habits That Are Actually Manipulative”

Let’s Name Divorce Pain (Plus audio)

Zibby Owens is the creator and host of award-winning podcast, “Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books” and has been dubbed “NYC’s Most Important Book-fluencer” by Vulture. Her upcoming anthology, Moms Don’t Have Time To: A Quarantine Anthology, comes out 2/16. A mother of four and a writer herself, Zibby lives in NYC. www.zibbyowens.com Yesterday IContinue reading “Let’s Name Divorce Pain (Plus audio)”

To Avoid Bad Habits, Add Some Friction

Rosie Spinks writes about how to create a meaningful life in a chaotic world. Formerly a lifestyle and business reporter. Find me: rojospinks.com @rojospinks. Making something fractionally more difficult has a way of clarifying whether you need to do it. Acouple of months ago, I decided I was going to stop putting my usual half a teaspoonContinue reading “To Avoid Bad Habits, Add Some Friction”

At what age are people usually happiest? New research offers surprising clues (With audio version)

By Clare Mehta an associate Professor of Psychology, Emmanuel College If you could be one age for the rest of your life, what would it be? Would you choose to be nine years old, absolved of life’s most tedious responsibilities, and instead able to spend your days playing with friends and practicing your times tables?Continue reading “At what age are people usually happiest? New research offers surprising clues (With audio version)”