This is Partner Content in celebration of Women’s Day 2019. More than ever, women want to be their most authentic selves. Whether it’s embracing their natural bodies or refuting the need to be “likable,”. Or even consider the possibility that maybe no one truly has it all. Women are tired
Most people are well aware of the importance of sleep. It helps conserve energy, aids in weight loss, improves concentration and more. However, recent discoveries have also shown that poor sleep can be a predictor for certain mental health disorders as well. In short, an appropriate amount of sleep is
Technology Is Driving A Personalized Wellness Revolution, But It May Not Be Enough To Change Bad Health Habits
The world of technology and big data are two industries that are revolutionizing our lives and our wellness. The way we travel to work, order our food, book our holidays and the way we communicate with our friends is fundamentally different from what they were just a few years ago.
Today we live in a world that flooded with millions of choices, giving you all kinds of opportunities and directions to pick from. This is better than having no options. However, it is also very overwhelming when it comes to making a mistake, because you are faced with constant regret.
Whether you have a severe underlying anxiety issue or are just having a rough couple of days, odds are, all of the “stuff” laying around your home isn’t helping. Anxiety and clutter often go hand in hand. While we aren’t suggesting that clutter in itself can cause anxiety and that
YouTube stardom seems like an amazingly fun and exciting job to have. And it can be sometimes. But, just like us, these stars are normal people and they stress too. It seems like nowadays, everybody wants to be a YouTube star. Still think your kids want to be doctors or
Following a recent cyberbullying attack involving Whatsapp group messages that resulted in the suicide of a young learner in South Africa, the spotlight has been turned on this form of abuse, which has been steadily growing on a global scale. Children and teenagers from all walks of life are currently
Granted, we exist in the digital age. However, exposing our children to too much screen time too early may be jeopardizing their future. With toddlers having high levels of screen time, there is concern about the effect this could have on their development. Thus a recent study set out to
The start of the year comes with new energy and refreshed plans on living better and being healthy. Unfortunately, the new year, new me high tends to quickly fizz out come February and you’re left feeling disappointed and de-motivated. Thankfully, there are resolutions that aren’t daunting but effective in helping
Self-care apps are on the rise with over 4,000 different ones available. However, can these apps really help your mental health? They all have the same promise to improve our mental wellbeing. However, even self-help can feel overwhelming. Before you download your next app, let’s take a closer look at