lifestyle

Living your life - the health and wellness way.

  • Candace Stephens
    Published 7 months ago
    I Took a Nap Everyday for a Week, and Honey, I'm Never Going Back!

    I Took a Nap Everyday for a Week, and Honey, I'm Never Going Back!

    As a self-proclaimed addict of self-improvement, I am always on the lookout for new studies, methods, or tools to help me reach my fullest potential (or at least just not feel like an unproductive zombie throughout the day). So when I came across an The Science of Success podcast, all about the importance of timing and the value of taking mental and physical breaks throughout the day, I was sold.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 8 months ago
    What the Holidays Taught Me About Life Structure

    What the Holidays Taught Me About Life Structure

    We all can't anticipate for our vacations or retirement. I'm sure all of us are hard workers and push ourselves every day. That's why we look forward to days of rest and relaxation. Don't get me wrong, I love vacations and relaxing like the next person. It's just that my thought process was a little different this time around.
  • Philip P.
    Published 8 months ago
    New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthier Body and Mind

    New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthier Body and Mind

    It’s the holiday season and time for us to make New Year’s resolutions and set goals for the year ahead in order to improve our health, business, relationships, and our overall well-being. Have you ever made New Year’s resolutions a bit too ambitious, just to give up somewhere around February? Now let’s skip on those crazy big bites we might struggle to chew on, like writing a book or traveling the world, and let’s talk about resolutions you can make to live a better and healthier life.
  • Hannah Johnson
    Published 9 months ago
    Thoughts from an Insomniac

    Thoughts from an Insomniac

    I started suffering from insomnia around January of this year. I had a lot of personal things going on (going through a tough break up) and sleep became scarce. Unfortunately, this followed me to Florida. I love living in Florida, and my mental health has been in such a good place, but I just couldn’t seem to shake the insomnia. I’m learning to live with it pretty well, though. As long as I can find some way to keep myself occupied during a bad bout, eventually sleep finds me and I sleep for as much time as I can before I have to start my day. I’ve also gotten pretty good at functioning on little sleep and catching up whenever I can.
  • Annie Pilon
    Published 9 months ago
    Calming Artistic Activities

    Calming Artistic Activities

    Instead of spending endless hours watching TV, scrolling social media try a few of these calming artistic activities that will clear your mind and relax your busy brain. Sometimes it’s nice to turn off the wi-fi and enjoy the company of me, myself and I.
  • Theodora Evans
    Published 9 months ago
    Tea vs. Coffee: Which Will Help You Stay More Awake?

    Tea vs. Coffee: Which Will Help You Stay More Awake?

    Tea or coffee is a debate that often springs up amongst enthusiasts on either side. Most people have a preference for one drink or the other, although many enjoy both. But, in this busy world we live in, which one will help you stay awake? We look into a few different studies to try to offer some answers!
  • Alanis Sophia
    Published 10 months ago
    Decluttering: 5 Tips to Get You Started

    Decluttering: 5 Tips to Get You Started

    "Minimalism is all about living with less. This includes less financial burdens such as debt and unnecessary expenses. ... For many minimalists, the philosophy is about getting rid of excess stuff and living life based on experiences rather than worldly possessions." - Christopher Murray
  • Alex
    Published 10 months ago
    Living with Less

    Living with Less

    Living with Less (Minimalism)
  • Aleesa Rudder
    Published 11 months ago
    Subtly Modern

    Subtly Modern

    Today it seems everything is done over your cellphone. Many times I come across a website that requires a verification code through a text, to which I sigh and exit the page. I live down a dead-end road with my only contact points being the internet and a house phone. Cell phones are now almost required to survive in the modern age. This can be very troubling for those who choose to live without one.
  • Nekisha McLeod
    Published 11 months ago
    De-clutter Your Life: Tips & Tricks

    De-clutter Your Life: Tips & Tricks

    You often hear the phrase “declutter your life” tossed around when listing ways on how people can be more creative, less stressed, and more organized. It does help in all these aspects of our lives but many of us struggle to achieve this because we are not clear on exactly how to proceed. Clutter is unnecessary and can stifle our ability to function at our highest capacity. Clutter is chaos and disorganization. It is what happens when there is mindless and continual accumulation without making room or organizing things in a way that adds value to our lives. Clutter does not only exist in the form of objects and possessions. Our social lives, physical spaces, relationships, and nutrition can be cluttered. We often do not realize this because, after a while, we become one with our environment. We adapt to the conditions around us and often times become comfortable or trapped in a quagmire of our own making. Here are some tips on how to begin creating space for the things that matter.
  • Matt Junghans
    Published 11 months ago
    Get Fit Quick: 10 Excuses We Tell Ourselves as to Why We Are Not in Shape
  • Owen Lloyd
    Published 11 months ago
    5 Healthy Habits to Supercharge Your Life

    5 Healthy Habits to Supercharge Your Life

    These days, people are always looking for ways to be better, to be more efficient, to feel more energetic on a daily basis. Everyone wants to find some type of hack to make life easier. There are a lot of products out there that claim to improve your wellbeing in one way or another, but they often have little effect.