Think about what you want in life. Is “happiness” one of those things? It usually is for most people. But, happiness is not a destination; it’s a state of being. In psychology, this state is often referred to as self-actualization.
For some people, the morning hasn’t truly begun until they’ve sat down with a cup of hot coffee or tea. Many people around the world rely on different forms of caffeinated beverages to jumpstart their morning, and put them in a good mood for the start of the work day.
At its core, low self esteem is a biased viewpoint that we hold against ourselves. It’s a little voice that tells us we are not as good as the people around us. There are a few ways that you can combat low self esteem in your daily life. Take a look at this list, and see if you can incorporate some of these helpful strategies into your everyday routine.
Today, we examine the origin, icons, and benefits of minimalism. We’ll also show you ways in which you can incorporate this rewarding philosophy in to your daily life too! So, sit back, relax, and enjoy The Healthversed Mini Guide for Wannabe Minimalists.
Food recalls are very common — especially in North America. A missing or incorrect label could literally mean the difference between life and death for individuals with food allergies. Other times, the issue may be serious for everyone. Either way, when we become aware of a food recall, we tend to discard the product or return it for a refund.
Introverts enjoy a rich inner life, and although it may require a bit of effort in order to share it with others, they are eager to express themselves and enjoy being active members of society. Here are a few things you may not have known about introverts and a few tips on how to best engage with them.
Trying to squeeze in another episode of Grey’s Anatomy may seem innocent enough, but it’s a dangerously unproductive habit. We aren’t here to chastise you, though. Here at Healthversed, we’re all about offering up some creative, productivity enhancing solutions!