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How Millennials Are Changing the Career Building Game

We are currently at a crossroads work-force wise. There are currently 92 million millennials in the US alone and approximately 1.8 billion worldwide. It is also estimated that by the year 2025, they will account for 75% of the entire workforce. To say that they are a force to be reckoned with would be a huge understatement. Perhaps it is this amount of power, besides the fact that they’re still sort of an enigma, that frightens older generations, but as baby boomers retire and millennials take their place, change is sure to come.... Read More...

How to Create Time for Yourself When You Have a Toddler

Often, parents feel guilty about needing time apart from their kids. However, you should know that taking time out doesn’t make you a bad parent. On the contrary, creating time to take care of yourself and recharge means you’re looking after your wellbeing, and you can give the best version of yourself to your kids. On that note, this article will look at some ways that you can create time for yourself when you’ve got a toddler.... Read More...

9 Tips On How to Save Money When You Travel

How to save money while traveling? I get this question all the time. Yes, it’s easy to just show up somewhere when you’re backpacking and have no clue how much money you will be spending, especially when you travel to less expensive destinations, like Thailand. It’s so important to be able to stay within your budget while still being able to have a great time!... Read More...

Lack of Sleep and Anxiety – a Vicious Cycle You Can Escape

A proper night sleep has essential effects on health and overall well-being. Stress and anxiety also play an important role when it comes to health and well-being. Thus, managing sleep, your stress levels, and anxiety is important in leading a happier, more productive life. Sadly, both sleep and stress levels have become difficult to manage for many people across the globe.... Read More...

How to Start a Gratitude Practice and Change Your Life for Good

Gratitude practice is a natural antidepressant. When we take a moment to ask what we are grateful for, certain neural circuits are activated. Production of dopamine and serotonin increases and these neurotransmitters then travel neural pathways to the “bliss” center of the brain — similar to the mechanisms of many antidepressants. Practicing gratitude, therefore, can be a way to naturally create the same effects of medications and create feelings of contentment.... Read More...

7 Tips on How to Stay Active, Healthy and Happy

Staying active is easier than you think – you just need to know how. The secret is in the small yet meaningful things that you have to include in your life like drinking more water, riding your bike, dancing and even parking your car a bit further away than usual! It won't take too long for you to notice all the beneficial effects that start popping up in your life! Below are the tips on how to stay active, healthy and happy. ... Read More...

10 Easy Ways You Can Love Yourself More Today

You know when people break up and they feel like they're never going to find love again? Yeah, that was me not that long ago. It was then that I felt like my world has fallen. I was in pain and wanted to change this state of mind at all costs. That's how I turned to self-care to find healing. This is a story of how I've learned to love myself and why you should love yourself more too.... Read More...

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