Here are seven tips for ending the day on a good note and getting a good night's sleep, including putting away electronic devices, drinking soothing beverages, exercising, creating a calming environment, reflecting on the day, meditating, and praying.
A step-by-step plan for finding one's passion, including understanding the meaning of passion, reflecting on one's life and strengths/weaknesses, trying new things, listening to one's inner voice, trusting in God's guidance, taking action, embracing failure, and surrounding oneself with supportive people.
Having courage is a key part of living a full life. It's being able to face your fears, get past problems, and take chances. People often think that soldiers and heroes are the only ones who can be brave, but anyone can learn to be brave.
What does positivity look like? How can I become a more positive thinker? In this article we discuss embracing the positivity all around you and introduce you to exercises that help you become an optimistic person!
It's always a good idea to be exposed to new ideas, perspectives, and experiences that can challenge beliefs and expand consciousness, leading to a deeper understanding of yourself and the world around you. Here are 10 great book recommendations!
Research suggests that spending quality time with loved ones, cultivating gratitude, modeling forgiveness, and practicing mindfulness can strengthen families and create a more peaceful home environment with the help of God, mindfulness, and meditation techniques.
Relationships, including romantic ones, are important for a happy life and can have a spiritual aspect. Prioritizing spirituality in a relationship can make it stronger, and discussing it with your partner can help. Here are eight questions to ask your partner for a more spiritual romance.
Prayer is about establishing a relationship with a higher power and seeking direction and insight, rather than just obtaining what we desire. Unanswered prayers might present opportunities for growth and education, and it is important to remember that prayer is a continuous dialogue.