productivity

worry [longevity live]

Worry is an emotion all of us experience on a daily basis. Why? It’s like humans are programmed to feel worried about anything and everything and perhaps that’s the true secret to feeling happy. What if you could train your mind to not worry about anything at all? It’s a

make happiness [longevity live]

Make happiness abundant in your life rather than the energy that comes and goes. It seems impossible at times, but with learning to love yourself and focus your energy – it can be. Our cliched images of hippie-dippie self-love need to disappear because it’s a psychological fact. Studies prove that

boredom | Longevity LIVE

With how fast-paced our lives have become, it would be impossible to find ourselves sitting idly with nothing to do, let alone doing so on purpose. However, according to a recent study, allowing yourself to sink into boredom may be the exact boost you need to get the creative juices

Monday blues [longevity live]

Monday blues is a very common sensation that tends to lurk around in our minds at the start of a new week. Sometimes the thought of getting back into the swing of things seems too awful to face. That’s why we end up hitting the snooze button, again and again, every

depression | Longevity LIVE

Mental health problems not only affect one’s wellbeing, they can also affect the economy. In South Africa alone, depression in the workplace can cost over R200 billion in lost productivity, whereas in the United States, depression can costs the U.S. economy over than $45 billion a year in lost productivity. As

make-up | Longevity Live

Neuroscientist and life coach Tara Swart was recently in South Africa to host a business results group on brain health and leadership. She spoke exclusively to Longevity about the impact of stress on the brain and how to combat it. Survival mode is a state that your brain enters into

While the psychological influence of color has not undergone much scientific research, there have been some practical studies. They’ve found that color seems to have a remarkable self-reported impact on our mood, behaviour and levels of stress. According to clinical psychologist Dr Sandrina Haeck, artists and interior designers have long