5 Great Ways to Feel Happier Today

Looking to increase your happiness and boost your mood? It doesn’t take much to experience more happiness in your daily life. Here are five simple lifestyle changes that will make a huge positive impact on your life.

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Mikkie Mills is a freelance writer who's passionate about health, fitness, organic cooking and eating, and yoga. When not writing she loves traveling, hiking, and cooking. Find more from Mikkie on Google+.

Top 5 Reasons Why Your Brain Needs to Detox, Too

Mental health concerns have been on the rise, especially right now with a rough start to 2020 worldwide. The fear, anxiety, and stress that permeate your brain can have a far-reaching impact on your health and life quality. 

You know that you are supposed to live in the moment, but it’s simply too hard to do. This is when your brain needs an urgent detox before you will settle back into enjoying life. Here are 5 reasons for a brain detox and how to do it.

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I am a holistic health expert from Siberia. Ayurveda, yoga, and shilajit are the main areas of my knowledge. Deeply intuitive, I find that true healing surpasses the boundaries of the physical body and embraces the emotional, energetic, and subtlest layers of our being. I help people to know how to be healthy and beautiful using only natural remedies. I believe that nature is the best source of human health. Facebook profile here.

Overthinking Mind, Sensitive Heart: A Problem in the Modern World

Our news feed has been occupied by COVID-19 for the last four months. Honestly, I feel like the amount of negativity and stress this year has already been more than all those years combined before the outbreak. 

When the virus started circulating in my city, I could feel my heart racing when learning that the number of new cases doubled in a day. The more news I consumed, the more I was feeling overwhelmed

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Polly Ironclad's picture

I am a holistic health expert from Siberia. Ayurveda, yoga, and shilajit are the main areas of my knowledge. Deeply intuitive, I find that true healing surpasses the boundaries of the physical body and embraces the emotional, energetic, and subtlest layers of our being. I help people to know how to be healthy and beautiful using only natural remedies. I believe that nature is the best source of human health. Facebook profile here.

Life With Cat as Cure for Loneliness and Depression

Are there any benefits of owning a cat?

Having companionship whether it be human or animal can help cure loneliness and depression.

Many studies have shown that by having a pet, you can lower stress, anxiety, and become happier. Although, when you think of companionship, your general instinct might be to think of man's best friend - a dog.

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Health Benefits of Cycling

Why do you cycle?

Ask cyclists this question and you will get all kinds of answers. Many will say they cycle because it is fun and keeps them healthy—just like any other simple physical exercise. What you may not know is that there is something special about cycling. This activity that you take lightly can literally change your life, present and future, in amazing ways.

Here are the findings of numerous scientific studies.

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Creating A New Pattern: How Sewing Can Help Kids To Flourish

Paying Attention to What You Are Interested in Having Happen

During the mid-1990s while I was practicing teaching the Inward Outlook in my coaching private practice as well as in my professional life as a public speaker, trainer, and consultant, I was also interning as a psychology doctoral candidate. In the clinic where I worked, my colleagues and I partnered in pairs, co-leading fifteen schizophrenic patients five hours each day, three to five days a week.

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Dr. Laura Basha is an organizational psychologist, writer, and artist. 

She is the Founder and Creator of WhiteBird Rising, a resource and guide for the transformational lifestyle. For over 35 years she worked with thousands of international clientele, using a principle-based paradigm of well-being, catalyzing an awakening in people to their authentic self-expression, creativity, and power. Her latest book, All Is Chosen, a beautiful handmade art piece, is a compilation of her life’s work, and can be viewed along with her other writings, videos, and artwork, at www.whitebirdrising.com

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06/04/2020
Looking to increase your happiness and boost your mood? It doesn’t take much to experience more happiness in your daily life. Here are five simple lifestyle changes that will make a huge positive... read more
Stressed man with his head in his hands
05/27/2020
Mental health concerns have been on the rise, especially right now with a rough start to 2020 worldwide. The fear, anxiety, and stress that permeate your brain can have a far-reaching impact on... read more
View from back of woman sitting on floor leaning on chair
05/05/2020
Our news feed has been occupied by COVID-19 for the last four months. Honestly, I feel like the amount of negativity and stress this year has already been more than all those years combined before... read more
Many lying down with cat on his chest.
10/24/2019
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Are there any benefits of owning a cat? Having companionship whether it be human or animal can help cure loneliness and depression. Many studies have shown that by having a pet, you can lower... read more
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09/13/2019
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Why do you cycle? Ask cyclists this question and you will get all kinds of answers. Many will say they cycle because it is fun and keeps them healthy—just like any other simple physical... read more
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04/05/2019
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A recent report has found that nearly 1 in 7 American children has a mental health condition, and 50% are going untreated.  As the current system tries to meet the demands placed... read more
Woman looking up and out the window.
12/05/2018
During the mid-1990s while I was practicing teaching the Inward Outlook in my coaching private practice as well as in my professional life as a public speaker, trainer, and consultant, I... read more
Grandfather playing with grandson outside at park
06/04/2020
Looking to increase your happiness and boost your mood? It doesn’t take much to experience more happiness in your daily life. Here are five simple lifestyle changes that will make a huge positive... read more
Stressed man with his head in his hands
05/27/2020
Mental health concerns have been on the rise, especially right now with a rough start to 2020 worldwide. The fear, anxiety, and stress that permeate your brain can have a far-reaching impact on... read more
View from back of woman sitting on floor leaning on chair
05/05/2020
Our news feed has been occupied by COVID-19 for the last four months. Honestly, I feel like the amount of negativity and stress this year has already been more than all those years combined before... read more
Many lying down with cat on his chest.
10/24/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Are there any benefits of owning a cat? Having companionship whether it be human or animal can help cure loneliness and depression. Many studies have shown that by having a pet, you can lower... read more
Bicyclist on cliff overlooking mountains and valley.
09/13/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
Why do you cycle? Ask cyclists this question and you will get all kinds of answers. Many will say they cycle because it is fun and keeps them healthy—just like any other simple physical... read more
Close up of red button with needle and thread
04/05/2019
Anonymous (not verified)
A recent report has found that nearly 1 in 7 American children has a mental health condition, and 50% are going untreated.  As the current system tries to meet the demands placed... read more
Woman looking up and out the window.
12/05/2018
During the mid-1990s while I was practicing teaching the Inward Outlook in my coaching private practice as well as in my professional life as a public speaker, trainer, and consultant, I... read more