Caspar David Friedrich, 1825, Woman with a candlestick
Meaning, Mind

Making Self-Care More than a Buzzword

In recent times, self-care has become a popular phrase endorsed by many in the media. How helpful is the advice being offered? With quotes from Wordsworth, Eliot & more

J. M. W. Turner, 1842, Snow Storm
Circumstance, Mind

A Change of Plan

So, there has been a change of plan. The challenge presented to us time and time again, is to maintain balance. With quotes from Longfellow, Aurelius & more.

Enoch Wood Perry, 1872, Talking It Over, Met Museum
Meaning, Mind

What Are You Saying?

Paying attention to what we say allows us to gain insight and promote change through our speech. With quotes from Heschel, Orwell & Eadie.

Mind, Virtue

Don’t Fear Being Foolish

We’re constantly concerned with how other people view us and the general state of our regality. Why are we so scared of appearing foolish? With quotes from Wilde & more