5 Ways To Build Resilience

Life is hectic. It is full of surprising highs and unexpected lows, all of which make us who we are today. Resilience is key in dealing with such a roller coaster, particularly the lows that may leave us devastated and in disarray. Occasionally called emotional resilience, it is when you are able to adapt to stressful situations without too much difficulty. To be resilient means you are flexible, versatile and mentally strong. Below are some suggestions on how to build your resilience.

Body Positive Instagram Accounts

So often when we talk about ‘body positivity’ we only associate the phrase with women and their weight. The idea is that a woman should be happy with whatever size she is and embrace body positivity with weight alone.  However, I wanted to show that anyone can be positive in all elements of their body, and I have created a list of Instagram accounts you should follow to inspire your journey to self love.

7 Films That Will Enlighten You

We can often got to the cinema or settle down with a film and become immersed in what we’re seeing. However, often there are deeper messages being given to us that we miss. I have composed a short list of hollywood films I recommend you watch if you want to spiritually enlighten your cinematic experience.

The Secret to Happiness?

If you search ‘the secret to happiness’ on the internet, thousands of websites appear claiming to know the answer. With the current climate of the world, I’m sure most people would love to know how to be happier.  However I’m beginning to question whether or not it is achievable.

7 Easy Ways To Fight Climate Change

When the words “climate change” are seen, people usually turn a blind eye. It is a massive problem of today’s modern world, so massive that it seems inconceivable to fight. However, that is not the case. Even the smallest changes in your lifestyle will make a difference in the fight against climate change. Below are just a tiny example of some changes you can make.

8 Reasons Intermittent Fasting is Becoming a New Age Movement

Stereotypically fasting is practiced by a spiritual person or by someone who holds a religion. The practice involves abstaining or reducing the consumption of food and drink. Once you go without food or drink between 8-12 hours, the body enters a “fasting” state. You would be able to say we enter a “fasting” state in our sleep if that’s the case, however fasting is about being more conscious of your surroundings. It in itself if practiced correctly can provoke your body to naturally heal both physically and spiritually.  – Read more here