What the Deadly Flu Can Teach Us About Life

What the Deadly Flu Can Teach Us About Life

I don’t think anyone ever wakes up and thinks, “it’s going to be the flu that gets me.” We don’t think about our morality in those terms — many of us don’t at all. We think the days will keep coming and the clock will keep ticking...until suddenly, it all stops. And part of our denial is fear-based. Another part of our denial is being completely desensitized and detached from the events happening in our world. Here are 5 things this year's deadly flu strain can teach us about living:

A Sad Person’s Guide To Happiness

A Sad Person’s Guide To Happiness

Sadness. Depression. Anxiety. Self-loathing. Have you ever experienced any of these things? When I was a teenager I used to hate myself — I had no appreciation for my life or anything in it. Until one day when I woke up and realized I couldn't keep on "living" the way I had been living. I needed to make a decision, and I needed to do it ASAP. My options were simple: Exit this life or start TRULY living it...I chose to live, and these are the 9 guiding principles that I learned along the way. They brought happiness back into my life, and I hope they will do the same for you. Read, share, enjoy. Xx

How to Have a Healthy Relationship With Food

How to Have a Healthy Relationship With Food

The relationship we have with food is one of the most intimate we relationships we have in our life. Everyday (if we're fortunate) we consume 2 to 3 meals — and what we put into our bodies impacts our overall health, wellbeing and happiness. So what can you do to ensure you have a healthy and loving relationship with your food? Here are 5 things:

Moving Through Tragedy: Alex’s Story

Moving Through Tragedy: Alex’s Story

"Sometimes I still wonder why I had to lose Aaron. But, I know his death was not in vain. He positively impacted so many people during his short time on earth, myself included. I’d like to share some of the learnings I experienced in the wake of his death, in the hopes they can help or bring comfort to someone else experiencing loss." - Alex Reagle