When most of us think of mental-boosting activities, we imagine deliberate and strenuous exercise, like a jog, a bike, or a swim, but it could be as simple as just visiting a variety of different locations is associated with a higher sense of wellbeing in people with depression or anxiety.A study published in 2021 by researchers at the University Psychiatric Clinics in Basel, Switzerland found the more varied locations people visit, the better they feel about their emotional and psychological wellbeing – even if their mental health symptoms are still there.https://www.sciencealert.com/there-s-one-simple-aspect-of-daily-life-tied-to-better-wellbeing-study-hints/amp
When looking for motivation or ways to feel good about ourselves, we often forget to look back at our past achievements. The achievements collage seeks to change that.Using the methods in the article, you'll be able to create a list of achievements with achievements you might have previously dismissed, rather than focusing on the standard ones like academic success.https://unwantedlife.me/achievements-collage-a-quick-and-easy-way-to-celebrate-yourself
If an average person with money would buy some food and water for poor instead of buying unnecessary stuff, and any rich person would help poor with their money instead of buying large houses and sportcars, how much more good would be done, and life would be better for many!
New research is revealing how physical activity can reduce and even ward off depression, anxiety and other psychological ailments.Exercise, they are learning, has profound effects on brain structure itself, and especially in regions most affected by depression and schizophrenia. It also provides other, more subtle benefits such as focus, a sense of accomplishment and sometimes social stimulation, all of which are therapeutic in their own right.https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/how-exercise-boosts-the-brain-and-improves-mental-health-180979511
It’s a natural to share good news and leave out the bad. Scrolling through social media will be testament to that — a slideshow of new houses, lavish vacations, exciting promotions and fabulous parties. We see this at work, too. Stories abound of new and exciting startups where everything seems to be going swimmingly. But then, surprise, the company goes bankrupt and employees and investors are left scratching their heads, wondering what happened. As leaders, we have to be transparent with team members and investors about the good and bad.https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/416092