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How Having a Purpose Can Lead to Better Health

Does your life have meaning? Does it have purpose? If you answered yes, here’s some good news: Studies show that having a purpose can lead to better health outcomes. That’s the bottom line, but from there it gets a little murky. Let’s start with how we define what gives us meaning or purpose in life. FAMILY AND TIME WITH FAMILY ... Read More »

ISO 45003 – is this a game changer for Psychological Health and Safety ?

The workplace is constantly striving to know what ‘good’ looks like and when we start working with a client this is often front of mind for workplace mental health.  Probe a bit deeper, we find that behind this question is often a desire for a roadmap, checklist or do’s and don’t’s. ISO 45003 is an occupational health and safety (OH&S) ... Read More »

Blogging as a tool for the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge in health sciences: a preliminary evaluation

Abstract Tools for online collaboration are becoming increasingly prevalent in recent years. Certain characteristics of these tools encourage this proliferation: they are easy to use, always available, allow knowledge to be built collaboratively and disseminated quickly through social networks, and are usually free of charge. In this context, blogs are becoming increasingly important in the field of health as digital ... Read More »

Dealing with Acne: A Beginner’s Guide

Acne is a common skin condition that many people experience but none want. The most common form is cystic acne, also known as acne vulgaris. This is an inflammatory type of acne that in some cases may leave scarring if left untreated. Acne has various causes. For some individuals, it is genetic or related to hormonal changes. Other causes of acne ... Read More »

A 7-Day Guide For Tummy Fat Loss With The Perfect Diet Plan

Losing your tummy fat is a challenging task, as belly fat is stubborn and you don’t lose it as easily as the rest of the fat in your body. Doing workouts daily is not enough to get rid of undesirable belly fat. You need to follow a proper weight loss diet plan and make modifications to your diet with the ... Read More »

How to incorporate mindfulness into a time-squeezed school day

When implementing wellness, it’s important to remember that wellness does not have to be a standalone entity, but an aspect of life which can be nicely woven into your teaching. If you see wellness as simply the act of practicing daily healthy habits for better health outcomes, you’ll begin to see that there are multiple opportunities to integrate aspects into ... Read More »

Big Shock: First Bentley EV Will Be a Sporty Car Coming in 2025

Bentley Motors will reinvent itself as a maker of luxury electric vehicles with its first sporty car in late 2025, followed by a new EV each year for the subsequent four years. It is part of the “Beyond 100” plan, first announced in November 2021, that will reinvent the luxury brand as an electric-only vehicle company by 2030. The first EV is due ... Read More »

How to Set a Financial Goal with Mint

We all have goals we want to achieve, but it’s easy to postpone working toward them while waiting for the “right moment” to get started. Sound familiar? The truth is, you don’t have to wait for the New Year, the beginning of the month, or your birthday to set, or get started with, a financial goal! Goal-setting should be fluid, ... Read More »

Trustpilot consumer insights: Companies that give back and consumer expectations on building a better world

A lot has changed in terms of how consumers want to spend their money and what drives them to shop with a specific brand. Until recently, things like price, desirable product features, or good customer service were factors that gave brands enough competitive edge to win over their share of the market. With new challenger brands springing up left and ... Read More »

The Case for Not Making a New Year’s Resolution

There’s nothing magical about January 1, according to psychologists. If you want to make a change, pick the timing that’s right for you.Julia Volk/Stocksy If the idea of making New Year’s resolutions fills you with dread, consider ditching the tradition. Science suggests most people who set resolutions each year don’t stick with them and mental health experts say other strategies ... Read More »