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Minimalism is a lifestyle that encourages people to live with fewer possessions. In the last decade, the lifestyle has become increasingly popular with the promise that living with less is an effective way to increase well-being. So how can we reap the benefits of minimalism in our daily life?
Learn more about setting up triggers in your everyday life to boost the chances of implementing the habit you want to form.
Changing our old behaviors can at the same time seem quite simple and super tricky. Here's how to let go of unhelpful (also called "bad") habits using mindfulness.
What is habit stacking? And how can we use it to help implement new behaviors in our everyday life?
Let's have a look at the actions we perform every day, also called habits. What are they? And why and how do we form habits?
How can self-doubt negatively impact our motivation? Boost your motivation by assesing self-doubt and improving your self-efficacy.
How do we best deal with things in our daily life that are beyound our control?
How can we better recognize our qualities and make our self-image becomes more resilient to negative thoughts?
How can music help you doze-off and improve your sleep? Learn more about the relaxing effects of sleep music.
What are the possible downsides of striving? How can we improve by adopting a non-striving approach to our everyday life?
Boost your confidence and motivation through visualization. A powerful tool that can help you improve performance.
What can you do when your thoughts are keeping you awake? Read to learn more about cognitive distortions that cause issues with falling asleep and how to manage them.
Why do we somtimes feel like our situation is “not enough” or “not good enough”? What causes us to experience insecurities about ourselves and what can we do to challenge these negative thoughts?
Thinking positively is not exclusively reserved for cheering little league coaches and eager stockbrokers but indeed something you too can use in your everyday life.
We’re going to tune into some of the physical sensations that we normally try to avoid when feeling anxious. Doing so can help us better understand and greater tolerate the way our body responds to anxiety.
Do you have difficulties with insomnia? Is it hard to fall asleep? Have a look at your bedtime routines and tips on how to develope healthy bedtime routines