To truly commit to self-care, it’s imperative to create a system you can fall back on when life gets a bit too crazy. Think about your lifestyle and your needs. What makes you feel happy and refills your cup and what taps you out completely. Take the time to jot those down as you begin your plan towards happiness.
Mental health isn’t just for adults. Children need help learning how to provide proper self care and wellness. We partnered with Calm to help.
It’s post-holiday, your heartbroken from your last relationship, a singles’ Christmas and New Year’s and now you are ready to heal. This New Year, you’re shaking off the baggage and letting go of those old wounds. What better way to do that than to join your girlfriends in a Breakup Bootcamp?
In our world of constant stimulus but inconsistent motion, children struggle with emotional and physical well being. Today’s child is exposed to a digital reality that we need to pivot our attention to developing their social skills and comprehension.
Sometimes you just need a mental health day to recharge and relax. Read more and discover why mental health is a serious wellness trend.
We are excited at the present conversation between the Vatican and the Global Wellness Institute (GWI) in re-imagining a healthier ecosystem for our world. We can no longer solely focus on religion and mankind without looking at the three pillars; mental, physical and spiritual health.
Besides Purell, Do-it-yourself mixes of hand sanitizer are flying off shelves in America as well as in high demand in ecommerce. Of considerable demand are Aloe Vera and rubbing alcohol as health experts recommend DIY solutions in the face of anti-bacterial shortages.