Spring is officially days away and that comes with warmer temperatures, sunny skies, and a sense of hope and renewal. Spring also offers more opportunities to spend time outdoors which holds tremendous benefits for our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Let’s explore how!
Athletes often carry a larger-than-life persona in the public eye. They’re regarded as modern-day warriors, competitors who bravely push past obstacles and adversity in the pursuit of victory. The unique culture of sports which includes a perfectionist mindset and the possibility of injury can put a lot of pressure on athletes, which can result in mental health issues.
Friendships that aren’t serving you (and possibly never did serve you) can be more damaging than not having the friendship at all. Sometimes we’re friends with people for a variety of reasons — proximity, childhood, convenience…and there are times when you may know that you’ve outgrown each other yet you still try to maintain the friendship.
Including how to approach important conversations about money, chores and more.
One simple yet powerful tool that I frequently recommend is the practice of daily gratitude. Gratitude is the act of focusing on and appreciating the good things in our lives, and it has been shown to have a multitude of benefits for our mental health and overall happiness.
Feeling completely drained or overwhelmed with stress? Are you experiencing mental exhaustion, and feeling physically exhausted as well? You could be experiencing burnout.
Imagine if you were in a relationship with yourself – do you treat yourself well on a daily basis? Is your mind kind to your body and soul? The five love languages – words of affirmation, physical touch, quality time, gifts, and acts of service, are typically seen as the way we are loved by others, but they can also apply to the ways we love ourselves.
The new year often feels like a fresh start and a great opportunity to change bad habits and establish new routines that will help you grow psychologically, emotionally, socially, physically, or intellectually. New Year’s resolutions can vary greatly, but they are all about achieving something that will have a positive impact in your life. Whatever your goals may be, the important thing is that you’re on the right path to achieving them. Read through these tips to help you stick with the resolutions you’ve set for 2023 and beyond. XO Nina
Explore risk factors and warning signs around suicide, and some steps you can take if you or someone you know is at risk.
What does peace on Earth really mean? Defined as tranquility, calm, or the absence of conflict, peace—and the lack thereof—can take on many forms. We’re taking a look at the role peace plays in our daily lives and then exploring how to live more at peace with ourselves and with others!