Did you know that what you eat can affect how you feel? Your emotions are highly dependent on chemicals released in your brain, and we can't synthesize them without ingesting their building blocks from food!! In this articles we’ve listed the Top 5 mood-boosters, and foods to avoid!
Have you lost that loving feeling? Are you starting to think the grass is greener in someone else’s lawn? If so, you are definitely not alone. Cheating is as common as sliced bread. If you are in a relationship (or would like to get into one) come on inside and take a look at what happens inside the brains of people who stray. And of course share some hacks to combat it.

Does coming out of the fog that is Covid-19 have you feeling lacklustre…blah… or meh?  You are not alone. Your feelings are valid, and they have a name. Come on inside as we break down this complicated emotion and provide some real time hacks to overcome it.

The impact of Covid-19 and the subsequent global pandemic has forced us into a new normal: texting. But are you aware of how this form of communication is breaking your relationships and perhaps shifting your way of interaction as a whole? Come on in and find out.
We know the digital culture we’ve grown up in is undermining our patience and ability to focus - especially our long term focus. This short-termism is obvious in our spending habits, how we work within organizations, and engage in our communities, which ultimately affects the economy as a whole. If we zoom out even further, we can begin to see that our attention and the economy are actually more closely linked than we may think.

Learn to take control of your attention and shape your world by cultivating three types of focus. By balancing inner, other, and outer focus, you can find a balance between productivity and happiness, and achieve a 360-degree life glow-up.

Noticing is the building block of attention. By intentionally choosing what you tune into, you flex your focusing muscle. You can tap into the power of noticing by tuning in to your surroundings. It helps to activate curiosity, build concentration, spark creativity, and inspire us to see the magic in the mundane.

    Feeling the fear and anxiety of the coronavirus? It’s totally normal. Fear is healthy as it keeps us safe by acting as a motivating factor to do things like wash our hands and practice social distancing. But when fear rises to unhealthy levels and develops into anxiety, there are a number of ways we can manage our fear and anxiety.