Emotional Independence: the Ultimate Element to Reclaim Your Agency

What does it mean to be someone who’s emotionally independent? How can it play a vital role in my holistic wellness? Read more on how cultural and psychological backgrounds can influence our emotional independence, and the ways we can nurture this aspect inside us!

The Importance of Financial Wellness

Being financially prepared may not be the most glamorous part of being an adult, but it can definitely pay off in the end. Read about how financial wellness can make a huge impact on your mental and physical wellbeing.

The Relationship Between Surfing, Resilience, and Mental Health

In December 2020, I felt the joy of standing on a surfboard and gliding on a wave for the first time. I remember the feeling crystal clear; the wind was blowing through my hair, and I felt invincible. It’s difficult to accurately describe the sensation, since I believe that the feeling of surfing cannot be […]

How Films Can Help You Express Repressed Emotions

Repressed emotions can haunt us, fortunately, there are myriad of ways we can express repressed emotions. Learn how you can identify if you’re repressing emotions, how films can help you express them and how it all affects your overall holistic wellbeing.

Don’t Say “Yes” to Everything

Saying “yes” to life is a positive way of allowing ourselves to try new experiences. It’s a great way to live: we’re willing to try new things, get out of our comfort zone, and go on new adventures! However, we tend to say “yes” in other situations as well, and not only when it comes […]

Stoicism: A Life-Compass for Times of Disruption

Take a moment and think about what being “stoic” means to you. Many of us imagine hardened, emotionless people who face the world without expressing themselves, their emotions, or their complaints. But did you know that stoicism, which has been around for centuries, has principles that we can implement into our lives to improve our […]

How Social Relationships Can Boost Your Wellbeing

Social relationships and social connectedness can be a source of wellbeing as long as they are fair and based on equity. People with limited social connectedness have poorer mental and physical health, including increased depression. Social relationships and social connectedness are directly linked to our quality of life. The psychologists Roy Baumeister and Mark Leary […]