Step outside your comfort zone and follow your wanderlust. Meeting new people and seeing natural wonders increase your awareness of a world outside of your own. Travel and mindfulness can cure boredom, depression, anxieties of day-to-day life, and feelings of being lost. Certain essences are attached to different places around the world, and unique travel […]
Just because it’s the day made for romance doesn’t mean you have the slightest idea of how to sweep that special someone in your life off their feet. You could do dinner, a movie, or flowers and chocolates (that’s what everyone expects, right?), but you don’t want to do the same old thing as everyone else. You want to do something unique and romantic that speaks to the special relationship you share with the person you love. If you’re looking for a different way to say “I love you” this year, here are a few exceptional ways to get romantic and make the one you love feel like they’re the only person in the world this Valentine’s Day.
It seems the book is going the way of the dinosaur—made obsolete by the many videogames and movies on the market. Indeed, there is a decline both in the number of people who read regularly and the literacy rate. However, there are many benefits that reading provides those that do participate in the activity. Though it may be easier to watch a movie, the benefits aren’t nearly as great. Here, we will give you a look at how reading is a benefit to your mind, body, and spirit.