HuffPost Canada editors share the things that brought them joy during this quarantine.
Make the case to your boss to get a couch.
At least we're still in the top ten.
Parents might benefit from finding more time to play with their children, the authors noted.
Repeated giving, even in identical ways, can bring pleasure.
And activities that bring you joy may help you celebrate more birthdays.
Get that bike tuned up!
Better food, better mood It's no secret that a well-balanced diet can help set you on the path to a healthier lifestyle and
2. Tame that frizz Spring means more sun, rain and unpredictability, especially when it comes to your 'do. Beat a bad hair
There's a change in attitude that takes place around age 35.
Have you ever noticed that you feel happier after a workout? Well, there is a reason for that: research suggests that regular
I am in a course on "Mindful Self-Compassion". I wish you could be there with me. After the very first session, I noticed
What I am saying is, when you make a choice that your future self will not be proud of, lean into the fall and learn from every choice -- both positive and negative. Work to understand your personal triggers and coping mechanisms so that you evolve into the healthier and fitter future self you want to be.
In February 2016, I compiled my first "favourite things" blog -- a list of current favourite exercises, nutrition tips, recipes, and health mantras. This edition includes a workout format, helpful tips for eating out, a mindfulness trick for improved posture, and a life mantra that has profoundly improved my daily existence.
Norway took first place.
Ooh, couples, what is it that really breaks our heart? A lack of joy. It doesn't matter if we're embroiled in anger and blame, or frozen out by cold and distant withdrawal. Couples in crisis are not experiencing joy, either individually or together.
They say that into every life a little rain must fall... Sometimes, however, it pours. If you've had a less-than-fabulous time of it lately, here are 10 proven ways to improve your mood.
As a therapist I often see people searching for fulfillment and meaning in their lives. Many people come into my office trying to figure out why they have so many beautiful things in their lives, but are unable to enjoy life. They often seek therapy because they are feeling unsettled and unhappy. This seems to not just be an individual struggle, but a societal struggle as well. It appears that as a society we have an abundance -- but we are struggling with high levels of depression and left feeling unsatisfied despite all of the beautiful stuff we surround ourselves with .
Having relationship problems keeps us in a stress response and irrational fears can sneak into how we perceive simple requests or exchanges at work. So, let's treat Valentine's Day like a do-over for that New Year's resolution on improving our relationships.
...and the world will be a better place for you and me. Do you believe that? Is it as simple as putting a little love in