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Top 5 Meditation Podcasts for you to Start Your day the...

1. Mindful Minute The Mindful Minute is a great first step into meditation if it is something new to you. The host will take you...

4 Night-time Rituals to Improve Sleep

With the hustle and bustle of life – work, friends, family – one might easily disregard a good night’s sleep. But, as...

How to Incorporate Mindfulness Into Your Life

As the world has become increasingly globalised and interconnected, it has started operating at an increasing speed. Sometimes, it can be hard...

How to do a Digital Detox Without Putting Down Your Phone

It’s no surprise that during the current pandemic we’re relying on our tech a lot more. We’re refreshing the news obsessively, we’re taking our...

The Wellness Sabbatical: Why you Need to Take one Now

We all know how overwhelming life can get sometimes. There’s the stressors of work, pressures of relationships and the voice in your...

Educating Life Skills in Young People

There is an emphasis within the education system around academic achievement, and building knowledge in order to give children the skills to build careers,...

The Importance of Remaining Conscious Amid Australia’s Bushfire Crisis.

The current state of Australia has been circulating across all channels of the media. With such loss and devastation of land and lives it...

Can Natural Selection Be The Root Of Anxiety?

Study after study is proving that increasing numbers of people are affected by mental illness. According to Robert Wright, a prize-winning author and journalist,...

How To Take Control Of Your Mental Health.

A new survey of more than 10 000 Australian women shows that 40% have been professionally diagnosed with depression or anxiety. This proves once...

Improve Athletic Performance Through Mindful Eating

Mindful eating is a practice stemming from Buddhist philosophies that promotes self-awareness and self-love and involves eating only what our bodies respond to positively. No...