Articles written by The Daily Mind

8 Tantalizing Travel Destinations for Personal Growth 

We’ve all been there, at that point in life where you just need to pack up your things, buy a ticket and go. Where to? Does it really matter? All it matters is that you are sure that you are going to feel… something… different. You can always go on a journey or a weekend […]

How to Make Incense with Fresh Flowers and Herbs

There are hundreds of ways to relax and unwind after a long day. You can sip some tea, take a stroll outside and place some incense inside your home. Filling our space with the right smells can have a relaxing effect on us. Lavender and chamomile, for example, are said to help us sleep.

How to Mental Prep for the Holiday Season

It’s that time of year again, where we seem to stumble upon an endless holiday season. For most people, this is an exciting time filled with traditions and gatherings. We start with Halloween, move on to Thanksgiving, speed into Christmas, and finally it comes to a close with New Years. During this exciting time, you […]

Environmentally Friendly Ways to Clean Your Car

Cleaning your car is something we all need to do from time to time. Keeping clean the spaces you frequent is important for your mental and emotional health, and your car is no different. But car cleaning supplies are loaded with harmful chemicals that hurt the environment. So, what are your options?

6 Warning Signs of Heart Problems During Exercise

Heart disease kills over 610,000 Americans annually. If you’ve experienced a heart attack, or open-heart surgery to restore the health of your arteries, it’s vital that you make changes to your lifestyle to ensure it doesn’t happen again. For those living with the risk of heart disease due to a sedentary lifestyle, exercise and changes […]

Insights Into “The Burn Zone” [Book Recommendation]

Note: The Burn Zone is a cult survivor’s story, filled with inspiration and encouragement for anyone struggling to find a sense of purpose, spiritual fulfillment, or the answers to their problems.  This article is written by the author, Renee Linnell. Why I Wrote The Burn Zone After getting ordained as a Buddhist monk in 2010, I moved from […]

Feng Shui: How Your Home Influences Your Well-Being

If you love the art of home decorating, both inside and out, and are always trying to reinvigorate your living environment and bring positivity and health into the mix, then you’ve probably heard by now about the ancient Chinese philosophy of Feng Shui. Primarily used in the modern world for home styling, this thousand-year-old discipline […]

Strengthen Your Mind and Body – Practice Mindfulness at the Gym

One of the fewer discussed benefits of regular exercise involves freeing your mind from the daily noise and clutter that sometimes overrun it. The gym is the perfect place to forget about your worries and release some stress, which is why practicing mindfulness in the process is a good idea. In this article, we will […]

How to Avoid Back Pain Caused by Stress

Stress can creep into your life for a vast number of reasons. The obligations that come along with being successful in your career, taking care of your family, maintaining a social circle, and financial burdens are just a few contributing factors. Each of these situations is impossible to ignore, and after some time, can be […]

10 Facts Every Coffee Lover Needs to Know About Caffeine

If you’re a passionate coffee lover who simply can’t imagine their day to start without a cup of delicious, fragrant coffee – welcome to the club! Here are ten facts you need to know about caffeine, so check them out and learn about the amazing benefits of your favorite hot drink!

6 Feel-Good Habits to Embrace Before 2018 Ends

Most of us have probably made our New Year decisions but failed to achieve most of them throughout the year. Well, it isn’t too late for you to still change your situation and create some good habits before 2018 runs out. Here are 6 habits that you can work on during the remaining three(ish) months.

Using Self-Care to Overcome Codependency

There is a series on Netflix now called Love, that is a Jude Apatow romantic comedy about a socially awkward man in his 30s trying to date a smart, successful, and beautiful woman in her 30s, who also happens to be a recovering sex and alcohol addict. I’ll admit that some parts of this show […]

13 Tips to Manage Your Fearful and Obsessive Thoughts

There are times that we encounter fearful thoughts that can be difficult to manage. For some people, the more they try to get rid of the thoughts, the stronger the thoughts become and the more difficult they become to manage. Here is a list of techniques that you can use to help manage your fearful […]

What Are the Health Benefits of Medical Marijuana?

This special herb is legal in 29 states in the US (plus Washington DC) and nowadays it is quite rare to hear someone rebuke the fact that medical marijuana can be beneficial to us. It is expected that medical marijuana will be legal worldwide one day because of its great effects. Considering that this is […]

Practicing Mindfulness and Acceptance Within Gender Identity

Trans and gender-expansive individuals face depression, anxiety and other mental health issues at alarmingly high rates. This tragic reality stems from the distress caused by society’s oppression and lack of acceptance of gender non-conforming individuals.

Mindfulness on the Road: Making Our Streets Safe for Drivers and Pedestrians

Have you tried driving and then braking suddenly because a person is in your path, or the lights have turned red? Or you’re walking and texting, and you almost got hit by a car? Vehicular accidents have resulted in thousands of lives lost and millions of serious injuries sustained, many of which could have been […]

4 Ways Your Wellbeing Is Good For Your Work Life

Work health means more than just “am I well enough to make it into work today?” It goes beyond this simple baseline into affecting your health outside of work and the success you might have. It’s easy to forget that work hours are not a time where you’re just on pause, waiting for life to […]

Providing Healthy Spaces for Students in the Aftermath of a Shooting

Since the massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado in 1999 ushered in the modern era of shootings on campuses, more than 187,000 students from nearly 200 grade schools have been shaken by gunfire during class hours, according to an analysis by The Washington Post. The tally includes at least 130 killed and 254 wounded […]

15 Podcasts to Listen to If You Want to Develop Resilience

Coming face-to-face with different kinds of problems is a regular part of life that you often have no control over. What you can control is your reaction to these situations. It is important to keep everything in perspective and try your best to bounce back from the difficult times. The difference between a person who […]