The mind is powerful, so much so that what you think and believe drastically changes your reality. I’m not talking about Shaolin monks controlling objects with their thoughts or people who believe if they focus on an outcome hard enough, it will happen. I’m referring to the subtleties of your mindset and how they can
The World Health Organization raised its risk assessment for the new coronavirus to the highest level on Friday — but should that really change the way Canadians are reacting? Isaac Bogoch, an infectious disease specialist at Toronto General Hospital, cautioned against getting too caught up in words used by health officials. “It doesn’t really matter,”
Letting go doesn’t happen overnight but it takes one day to make that decision. It takes one day to wake up and decide that you’re done with carrying whatever load or burden that keeps weighing you down. It takes one day to wake up and decide you don’t want to feel like this anymore and
“Agreeing to things just to keep the peace is actually a trauma response. When you do this you’re disrespecting your boundaries.” ~DJ Love Light Two years ago, I moved from New England to the Pacific Northwest. It was time for a change, and though I was excited to begin a new chapter of my life,
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has had a bumpy road. It’s been nearly eight years since then-President Barack Obama introduced the policy in the Summer of 2012. But the future is still uncertain for DACA and the “Dreamers” (this name derived from the 2001 DREAM Act, which aimed to grant lawful presence
A German Shepherd is being hailed a hero after treading water for 11 hours to save her owner’s life. A fisherman’s dog, Heidi, was spotted in Moreton Bay, Australia, floating next to a tackle box, a wet suit and other items from a boat that had capsized on Thursday morning around 6 a.m., according to
In our chaotic world of side hustles, coffee dates, happy hours, family dinners, and everything else we fit into our sacred hours outside of work, it is increasingly easy to toe the line of burning out. For some, this constant sense of being on the go is exhilarating; for others, it’s exhausting. Whether this perpetual
“That girl was fat, and I hate her.” One of my clients said this the other day—about herself. Well, her little girl self. And my heart broke. One of the very first things I do with clients is encourage them to practice self-compassion and kindness—just extending themselves the same basic human compassion and kindness that
People who drink dairy milk on a regular basis could have a higher risk of breast cancer, a new study has found. Researchers tracked the dairy intake of 52,795 North American women for nearly eight years. All were cancer-free when the study began, but by the end, researchers recorded 1,057 new incidents of breast cancer.
Some people come into your life like boosters for a rocket. When rockets go off into space, the boosters fall off when they reach a certain altitude. And just like that rocket, as you reach certain altitudes in your life, not everyone will be able to hold on. So don’t feel discouraged when you start
“You could have grown cold, but you grew courageous instead. You could have given up, but you kept on going. You could have seen obstacles, but you called them adventures. You could have called them weeds, but instead you called them wildflower. You could have died a caterpillar, but you fought on to be a
A Brazilian baby seemed to have a rough trip down the birth canal this month. The baby girl, born on Feb. 13, wasn’t too fond of her arrival. Captured by photographer Rodrigo Kunstmann, the newborn baby can be seen staring down the doctor, umbilical cord still attached. Baby Isabela Pereira de Jesus was born at
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1. Time is the father of truth. This has been the most life-enhancing and eye-opening lesson that I’ve learned in the past twenty-three years of my life. Time has an incredible way of unveiling the truth in any situation. Time reveals intentions. It distinguishes what is good from what is bad. It exposes what is genuine
“Time and good friends are two things that get more valuable the older you get.” ~Unknown In recent years, we’ve collectively been talking a lot about creating boundaries and letting go of things that no longer serve us. Many of us have gotten better at permitting ourselves to say no and to escape old habits
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was found guilty on two counts of sexual assault Monday in his much-publicized trial. The 67-year-old was found guilty of a criminal sex act for assaulting production assistant Mimi Haleyi at his apartment in 2006, and third-degree rape of a woman in 2013. The jury found him not guilty on
“The sun will come out tomorrow.” This hit song, from the beloved musical Annie, promises that tomorrow will take away the gray skies. That tomorrow will come no matter what to clear away all the sorrow. It’s a powerful, profound song and is as lovely as it can be. But you can bet your bottom dollar there
“The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them.”~Thomas Merton, No Man is an Island. Have you ever noticed how with certain couples love and affection flow so naturally?
Menstruation can be an unpleasant, emotional and painful experience. That time of the month can also be costly — and wasteful. Menstrual pads are made up of up to 90 per cent plastic and nearly all tampons contain some plastic, according to U.K. organization Friends of the Earth. Over the course of a lifetime, a
Win At All Costs (The Song) Official Music Video – Fearless Motivation Download or Stream the speech now, on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Music, Deezer, Amazon MP3 and MP3 Download WorldwideWIN AT ALL COSTS (The Song) – Copyright: Fearless MotivationPerformed By: Alpha + Jones 2.0Lyrics and Production by Jones 2.0 + Music Composed by Patrick
April, 2011. I don’t remember the exact day, but the brutal pain I will always remember. The way my heart broke in a split second. The feeling of air escaping my lungs. The blur as I ran from the gym into the bathroom. I didn’t see a single face I passed as I ran, I
Stress can trickle into our lives in the bedroom, making it difficult to want to pursue or enjoy any kind of intimacy. But there are ways to increase libido and kick-start your sex-drive without medical interventions, said Kyle Buchanan, a Toronto-based wellness expert. READ MORE: 41% of Canadians aren’t happy with their love or sex
If you’ve experienced rejection at any point in your life, you may find yourself feeling less than enough. Rejection can impact us mentally, physically, and even spiritually. Feelings of rejection are painful endure. They give you a false sense of insecurity that lead you to believe that you aren’t good enough. You start second guessing yourself until
“The beauty of the truth; whether it is good or bad, it is liberating.” ~Paulo Coelho It’s around the time of your mother or father’s birthday. You browse through the card aisles of your local store getting more and more frustrated because you cannot relate to any of the cards you read. You eventually pick
How are organizations acknowledging heightening awareness and evolving understanding of gender, identity, and orientation in the workplace? For example, are leaders using pronouns in their email signatures? Is there understanding about misgendering? Are employee groups being leveraged to help navigate all of this? And, what about HR? Is HR adjusting by expanding beyond the
Struggling lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret has a new owner. The company’s current owner, L Brands, said Thursday that the private equity firm Sycamore Partners will buy 55 per cent of Victoria’s Secret for about US$525 million. The Columbus, Ohio, company will keep the remaining 45 per cent stake. After the sale, L Brands will be
At some point, you’re going to lose yourself. You’re going to wake up from a restless sleep and wonder who the hell you are, what you’re doing, and where you’re going. You’re going to wander so far from a path you thought you knew that you won’t be able to see an easy way back
“The less you respond to negative people, the more peaceful your life will become.” ~Unknown I work for a website that creates videos on lifestyle, fashion, food, travel, fitness, and more. Our channel has a massive following from all walks of life, and we receive a lot of love but also a bit of hate.
Olay, a Procter & Gamble skin care brand, has officially announced it will stop retouching skin in advertising campaigns by 2021. The news came on Wednesday during an event in New York. Actor Busy Phillips will be the face of the kick-off campaign called “My Olay,” which will feature un-airbrushed photos of Phillips, model Denise