How to Be Body Positive

A huge factor to a healthy well-being and attitude toward life is body image. It may be what we first see in the mirror, but it doesn’t start there. Positive and negative body image begins in the mind and can be more than just what you like or dislike about yourself. Body image can affect you emotionally, mentally, and physically. The images seen on social … Continue reading How to Be Body Positive

Mental Health as a Creative

When offering perspectives on the downfall of unsung artists and creatives who abandoned their passions for long periods of time, the public is usually told that drugs or mental illness caused these people such difficulties. However, while drug users are usually revered and respected for admitting to their problems, many will shun and shame those who admit to having a mental illness outside of depression … Continue reading Mental Health as a Creative

Say SUP to Stand Up Paddleboarding

For those who wish they had the agility and patience for surfing, fret not. The rapidly growing sport of stand up paddleboarding may be for you. Although standing up while paddling can be traced back thousands of years, the actual sport gained attention about 10 years ago, according to SUP World Mag. The origins may be a little hazy, with people citing a famous surfer … Continue reading Say SUP to Stand Up Paddleboarding

Chickens For Seniors

    Therapy animals, also known as emotional support animals, can help improve a patient’s social, emotional, and mental function. Individuals often find comfort in these animals when they are unable to find comfort in anything or anyone else. Dogs are commonly used as therapy animals because they are easy to train and have great instincts about themselves and their owners. Other animals can be … Continue reading Chickens For Seniors