It’s well known that both meditation and journaling are two ways that people can greatly improve their mental health, but what if there was a way to combine the two?
Smudging is an activity, that has roots in indigenous culture, and although considered dubious, has found shelter under science.
There’s no better way to get to know someone than by reading their journals (not that I’d know, of course!), so to get to know me better, here’s your sneak-peek at the top 10 most valuable life lessons I’ve learned from re-reading my old journals:
How often have you heard that bad kids come from bad parents? The fact is that there are several signs of bad parenting. In real world our actions speak louder than words. The attitude, views, goals, and perspective of a child depends to a large extent on what he or she learns from his or her parents. In this article, we’ll look at 11 bad habits parents fall into, often without realizing it.
Which One Are You?
9 Secrets I’ve Uncovered About Depression Which No One Told Me My relationship with depression is a complicated one. I have, clinically speaking, been grappling… Read More »9 Secrets I’ve Uncovered About Depression, Which No One Told Me
If I pour my heart on these pages, you will be worried.
The holiday season is upon, and for many of us this is a time of wish lists, merriment, generosity and acts of charity. However, giving freely, kindnesses and gratitude is not seasonal or a trend. Nor should it be an temporary attempt at being “good” at “the right time of year”. Gratitude is a mindset; a mindset which should be cultivated and nurtured. It is about being genuinely and constantly thankful for each success you achieve; each blessing which is bestowed upon you, and each miracle you perceive.
My Mind is a Journal. That is Creepy But True.
From all the smoked cigarettes on those peaceful highways
From your softening embrace to your surprising turn-ons
From those soft tender kisses and your romantic ruminations