So many healthy resources
"It is seldom that we find out how great are our resources until we are thrown upon them."
- Christian Nestell Bovee
We are fortunate enough to be living in the information age, where we have access to unlimited data through the internet. Sometimes, it can get a bit overwhelming. I reference articles from dozens of amazing websites that offer resources to help improve our wellbeing and quality of life. I wanted to highlight some reputable websites I utilize to help me write these posts and share helpful info.
Healthline Media's website publishes health and wellness information. The company also provides health-related content and tools to more than 40 other sites. Sister websites: Medical News Today, PsychCentral, Greatist
Whether you want to better manage stress, understand a mental health disorder, or learn why we dream, get the guidance you need to be healthy and happy. Sister websites: Verywell Health, Verywell Fit, Verywell Family
The Psychology Today website features therapy and health professionals directories and hundreds of blogs written by a wide variety of psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, medical doctors, anthropologists, sociologists, and science journalists.
We’re a community of practitioners. We’re a knowledge base. We’re a science-based online resource packed full of courses, techniques, tools, and tips to help you put positive psychology into practice every day.
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To help you breakthrough the limitations and sacrifices that have become normalized in life, we provide the tools you need at Lifehack. Level up with practical life skills and achieve the quality of life you deserve.
Tiny Buddha is about reflecting on simple wisdom and learning new ways to apply it to our lives. It's a leading resource for peace and happiness, with more than six million readers and followers and a vibrant community forum.
We are dedicated to sharing the gifts of mindfulness through content, training, courses, and directories—helping people enjoy better health, foster more caring relationships, and cultivate a more compassionate society.
#1 free meditation app for sleep, anxiety and stress. People spend almost 3x more time on Insight Timer than the most popular meditation apps. More than 130,000 free meditations!
I know we get inundated with resources. There are so many places to find blogs, articles, videos, etc. to help us address out wellbeing and overall quality of life. Hopefully you were just introduced to some new options that may lead you down a rabbit-hole of wellness! If you had to pick one to bookmark, which one would it be? It's great for us to have access to all of these amazing resources, but it's even better for us to put them to good use. Go ahead, dig in!
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