6 Ways to Take Action on Your Goals

Here are some tips to help you create your action plan and achieve your purpose. If you’ve got a dream you’re hoping to bring to life or an idea that you want to manifest, hopefully, the tips below can help. If some of the steps don’t feel like a good fit for you, that’s OK.Continue reading “6 Ways to Take Action on Your Goals”

How to Build Good Habits

Here you’ll learn about habits, review multiple strategies for building good habits, and get some tips for how to break bad habits. Habits have been described as repeated actions that arise from some kind of internal or external trigger (Robbins & Costa, 2017). Often, these habits exist in particular contexts. For example, Billy might haveContinue reading How to Build Good Habits”

6 Tips To Help You Dream Bigger

Do you want to reach your goals and create the life you’ve always dreamed of? Here are some strategies to help you dream bigger. Dreaming big doesn’t have to mean we suddenly want to be a millionaire or become famous (although it could mean that for some of us). That’s because ‘bigger’ is a relativeContinue reading 6 Tips To Help You Dream Bigger”

4 Steps on How to Become Self-Actualized

What is self-actualization and how do you strive towards it? If you’re not familiar with self-actualization, the idea comes from renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow’s theory of human motivation. Maslow hypothesized that unsatisfied needs drive our behavior. Needs like food, water, and safety need to be met first, then we strive to achieve social connection andContinue reading “4 Steps on How to Become Self-Actualized”

5 Steps to Starting a Manifestation Journal

Here we’ll talk about the benefits of journaling, offer some prompts to get you started, and provide ideas to journal your way to your dreams. Are you looking for a guide to help you start a practical, fun, and useful journal? Then why not start with a manifestation journal? A manifestation journal is a placeContinue reading 5 Steps to Starting a Manifestation Journal”

6 Tips for Better Emotional Health

What is emotional health, and how do you boost it? Here are some science-based tips. Emotional health is defined as a lack of mental disorders, but it also includes positive emotional characteristics, like resilience, self-efficacy, and vitality. Given how many different aspects of mental and emotional health there are, there are actually lots of differentContinue reading “6 Tips for Better Emotional Health”

8 Ways to Be More Resilient

Explore the many different things that contribute to resilience. In life, we all face stressful experiences. But, each of us is very different in how we cope with these experiences. Some of us cope well and may even grow and improve as a result of stress. Others struggle and may even develop mental health issuesContinue reading “8 Ways to Be More Resilient”

6 Science-Based Tips to Boost Your Mood

Strategies to boost positive emotions, decrease negative emotions, and feel better. Do you tend to feel a lot of negative emotions? Do you feel bad about yourself? Or do you feel unhappy about your place in the world? Well, the science has shown us that we actually have a lot of control over our feelingsContinue reading “6 Science-Based Tips to Boost Your Mood”

4 Ways You Can Use Netflix to Cultivate Well-Being

Feeling guilty about binging on Netflix? Learn how to binge in healthier ways. The latest series just came out, everyone has already seen it, and you can’t go anywhere without hearing about how awesome it is. Sometimes it feels like you just can’t help it – you know you’re about to binge on Netflix onceContinue reading “4 Ways You Can Use Netflix to Cultivate Well-Being”

6 Ways to Respond to a Cyberbully

Fight against cyberbullying with these clever, but kind, tricks. Are you hurling insults at anyone that you disagree with, find offensive, or don’t understand fully? Or are you choosing to be kind online, even when the person on the other side of the screen has been unkind to you? The truth is we can chooseContinue reading “6 Ways to Respond to a Cyberbully”