Setting boundaries is a vital part of supporting our own wellbeing and mental health, and communicating those boundaries is a skill that might take some practice.
Continue reading “5 genius phrases to make communicating your boundaries easier”
Did you know money has energy? Receiving money is actually about tuning into an energetic flow, and anyone can learn to do it. Ironically, hard work and clocking in 9-5 isn’t the best way either.
Continue reading “Money mindset: how to earn a living on your own terms”
We’ve all had moments where we want to fit in with our friends, colleagues, or community. And sometimes that means we do or say things that aren’t completely true to who we are.
Continue reading “Why peer pressure still affects us as adults”
Self-advocacy is a key factor in wellness and empowerment. But what does it actually mean and why is it so important?
Continue reading “Why advocating for ourselves is so important”
Mental health seems to have a negative connotation historically, but it’s important for us to understand what mental health actually is.
Continue reading “How do we break down the stigma of mental health?”
Whether it’s Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or some other public holiday, traditions can be a wonderful thing. But what if there’s something about the occasion that leaves you feeling left out in the cold?
Continue reading “Alternative ways to observe the holidays”
With all the social and cultural focus on what our bodies should look like, it’s easy to forget just what a biological marvel they are. Here are a few fun facts that might help you appreciate just how amazing your body is, and why it deserves love and respect no matter what its condition.
Continue reading “10 cool biology facts to help you love your body”
It is tempting to defer big or important conversations with children until they get a little older, for fear that they are too young. Whether we feel they will be unable to understand the concept, or we worry that the emotional impact might be detrimental to them.
Continue reading “The importance of body positivity in young children”
We all know that playtime is important for children. It is a vital part of early development and improves creativity, social skills, language, and imagination in young brains. But what about playing as an adult – is it still important?
Continue reading “The science of why playing is good for adults”