Articles written by The Daily Mind Blog

5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Mental Wellbeing

Since it’s summertime and the weather is becoming warmer, many people are focusing on their physical well being and appearance. After all, it is “beach season” and people want to look their absolute best. However, this pressure of looking “perfect” can create a lot of stress and self-resentment. People can become frustrated with themselves simply […]

How to Fit a Fitness Routine Into a Super Busy Schedule

Most of us can recall at least one period in our life when we’ve neglected our physical fitness. In fact, an alarming number of adults seem to see little value in exercise at all. Fortunately, most people are at least aware of the importance of exercise and making some kind of effort to stay active. […]

5 Ways to Help Senior Family Members Age Independently

When our loved ones get older, it’s hard to see their physical and mental abilities deteriorate. With many of us preferring our senior loved ones to stay at home in their final years, it’s important that they are well looked after and cared for. With that in mind, here are five ways to help senior […]

Be More Productive by Making These Minor Lifestyle Changes

Do you ever feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day? We’ve all been there, staring at the clock and trying to work out how on Earth we are going to fit everything that we need to do into the remainder of our day. It’s not a great feeling. While we can’t exactly make […]

5 Ways to Stay Motivated Even When You’re Not Feeling It

To get ahead in life you have to get started. Many of us are able to start but after a while our motivation slowly fades away. That will and vigor we had at the start eventually disappears and we are left to wonder where it all went wrong. Well, that’s the thing with motivation; sometimes […]

Things You Can Do to Help You Manage Panic Disorder

Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder which is characterised by abrupt onset of intense fear, terror, or discomfort that reaches a peak within minutes, in addition to feelings of apprehensiveness with regards to the episode of future panic attacks. In fact, about 2 to 3 per cent of people in the United States experience panic […]

4 Reasons Teachers Need Continuing Education

As teachers transition from college to the classroom, they use the information they obtained in those college classes to inspire their students. Often, their exuberance can be felt as they pour the information out into the willing sponge-matter of each child. But after a few years in the educational system, teachers may find the excitement […]

Becoming a Successful Trader: Develop Trading Psychology

Achieving success in the financial markets requires one to develop and harness a number of sharp skills. Traders combine their understanding of the market with emotional intelligence to make timely trading decisions. But while having cutting edge technical skills is undeniably crucial for successful trading, the psychological aspect of trading is even more important. This […]

5 Signs of High Blood Sugar You Shouldn’t Ignore

High blood sugar is something that occurs when the amount of sugar (also known as glucose) in your blood elevates. Food is the main way we get glucose into our bodies. Almost everything we eat will have some sort of impact on our blood sugar levels. Foods that contains a high amount of sugar or […]

7 Dimensions of Wellness

While some may say there are eight, nine or even 10 dimensions of wellness, here we’ll focus on seven of the most important dimensions of wellness that can help you experience total well-being, physically and emotionally. By addressing every aspect of well-being you’re likely to feel more balanced, energized and ready to take on anything […]