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3 simple steps to relax

Many times we feel tired, stressed, unfocused, yet we don’t allow ourselves to take a break because we are “too busy” to make a pause. The fact is that our brain wasn’t built for the extended focus we ask of it these days. So if you’ve been working all day and feel tired, if you’ve […]

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4 signs that show you are INDEED your worst enemy

It’s me who is my enemy. Me who beats me up. Me who makes the monsters. Me who strips my confidence. ~Paula Cole, “Me,” This Fire Are you FOR yourself or AGAINST yourself? As much as we would love to blame external factors for not having the life we wish for, the fact is that […]

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3 inspiring and awakening videos to watch and rewatch

Because videos speak louder than words, today we want to share 3 truly inspiring short speeches that we’ve seen recently and will change your life. The first one has to do with our strength as human beings, our fears and our passions. “Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition”, we can hear Steve […]

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Life is going to shovel dirt on you. Shake it off and take a step up.

This is what we are supposed to do, isn’t it? When something bad happens to us, the only way out is going right through it with the biggest positive attitude we can muster, accept our reality and go on hoping that things will turn for the best. And as what we think about we attract, […]

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One step closer to happiness: savouring the moment

It’s a bit shocking to realize sometimes how absent we are in situations or places where we ourselves choose to be. It’s like we are almost ghosts – part of us is there, part of us floating in who knows what cloud. Remember the last time you went on holidays or visited a nice new […]

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10 self-destructive habits you should change now

There are certain behaviours that are absolutely toxic for us. They are toxic because they hinder both your personal and professional success. Some of them are so destructive that they can affect your overall well-being and may push people away from you. Whether we are aware of them or not, and whether they are constant […]

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Take control of your life: Understand and manage your stress

“Life has no remote, so get up and change it yourself” Mark A. Cooper  Understanding stress Unfortunately, the current pace at which we are required to work and respond today is a huge trigger of stress. But although stress is typically associated with work, its roots may vary. And although we usually give it a […]

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The 10 best gifts you can give and receive this Christmas

Christmas time arrives, and so do Christmas sales. Shops advertise their products fiercely, somehow selling this idea that Christmas is about spending money rather than being a time to share and appreciate what we have. Even for the not-very-religious, Christmas may be a time of joy, love and celebration, but can be very hard for […]

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Feeling at ease with ourselves and the world: mental and social well-being

“Happiness doesn’t depend on any external conditions, it is governed by our mental attitude.” Dale Carnegie Many philosophers, thinkers and scientists claim that happiness depends more on ourselves, on our inner condition, on the way we think and act, rather than on external factors.  That is not to deny some people do not face serious […]

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