Movember is about men’s health There’re issues endangering the health of men, mainly neglect, avoidance, the social pressure to be silent, quiet emotions and just take it “like a man”. Movember advocates for change. Because for society to thrive we need healthy women and men. We need to change the narrative for boys as well
Saying Hell Yeah to Positive Affirmations Inspired by a recent collaboration with Wanderella, I want to rant a bit more about positive affirmations here because you can never have too much positivity. We live in a world that bombards us with literal and metaphorical reasons to feel swamped in negativity. It feels like, as a
(This post was inspired by Blurb‘s creative question: What’s your perfect creative Sunday) When Monday rolls around, do you feel energized and ready to face a brand new week? Do you feel the full force of your creative self, ideas and potential oozing from your creative soul? or do you feel the opposite, an inert
I must confess, for years I had a negative view of routine. Even as it was part of my daily life, instead of believing my routine was a source of self-empowerment I saw it as confining and restrictive. Is it friend or foe? Of course, as a child and adolescent, I had little power over
In a recent post, we talked about the importance of cultivating mindfulness. This practice aims for a state of mental quietness, stillness, and awareness. One way to incorporate these three essential elements is through meditation. Even today the practice of meditation seems foreign for most. Those who understand its benefits still perceive it as quite inaccessible.