So you've decided to quit your job, and you're feeling anxious. This is expected. Maybe this was your first job - straight out of varsity. Maybe you just got a raise and a promotion for being such a stellar employee. On the other hand, you might be leaving because you have a horrible boss, and you don't know if you...

You've been staring at the screen for the entire day. But you're not working, no: you have fallen into the Youtube spiral of distraction and despondency hours ago. It all started so well: you blocked out time in your calendar to get inspiration for the next project. You had a plan. You went to the profiles of people whose work...

You can sense it when they walk into a room. The open posture, their expansive energy and the way they carry themselves so effortlessly in their own skin. They do their work with skill, resolution and purpose, without even breaking a sweat. With some, confidence can also be loud: speaking with charisma, clarity and infectious energy. They inspire us and...

Our minds tend to think in little boxes. It helps us simplify and make sense of the world. While you were still in nappies, your mom would point to pictures, and have you mouth after her: 'Is this animal a cat, or a dog?' 'Is this colour blue, or red?' 'Have you been a good, or a bad boy?' As you aged, though, life was painted...

What constitutes the "perfect getaway"? This time of year, the promise of a dream holiday is plastered across cheap brochures like flies on a beached whale. All-inclusive packages are punted with every essential ingredient - tropical weather, rolling beaches and long island on-tap. And yet, we often return from these retreats more depleted (and broke) than how we had left....

Anger is not your enemy. In fact, it may be your best ally. Meet Brutus. Brutus is a watchdog. The Smiths had bought him when he was just a pup, and sent him off to dog-school to train in the art of biting, growling and everything watchdog. His main purpose was to protect the Smiths and their home from intruders. Billy, their...

Stop waffling, and start self-authoring. The pen is mightier than the sword. But it’s also weaker than a jelly-baby. In fact, even if I don’t know how to wield a sword, you could still lose an eye. But if I don’t know how to wield a pen, you’ll only lose interest. You may not think of journaling as ‘wielding’ your pen....

In the late 1930s, the word 'psychosomatic' was added to the medical dictionary. It's purpose was to explain illnesses in the body with psychological causes. It was useful back then, but it's an abstraction - an 'idea'. It's not a concrete fact. It's not quite 1930 anymore, and this little word has become somewhat of a nuisance. However, it's wedged itself...

It doesn't matter what exercise you do - whether it's CrossFit, yoga, Pilates, Zumba, aerobics or gymnastic training: all of them can damage your body - badly! On top of that - if you're in a class of 20 people, the trainer can not possibly be mindful of your unique form. So you need to know your body pretty well...