Mother nature keeps on offering us endless possibilities for healing and nurturing the body and mind. One of the best relaxation technique offered by Gaia is walking in nature. It offers everything you need to see and hear to calm and relax: birds, flowers, trees, wonderful and soothing sounds. There are no cars passing by, no angry people, no pollution inside a forest or a natural reserve. Everything is motionless, no-one is rushing to get someplace, everything seems interconnected, in line and at peace with everything around them. In this continue reading
Underdogs - The Definition An underdog is a person or group in a competition, usually in sports and creative works, who is popularly expected to lose. The party, team, or individual expected to win is called the favourite or top dog. The first recorded uses of the term occurred in the second half of the 18th century; its first meaning was "the beaten dog in a fight". Who is Considered an Underdog An underdog can be considered a person who doesn't have money, power, influence and that against all odds he or she succeeds facing an opponent continue reading
No matter how old we are, we as children need our parents more than we realise. They are the ones who gave us life, who took care of us from day one and who never stopped a minute loving us. They protected us and did the best they could with what they had. In this article, I will explore the key reasons of the children-parent relationship that include the what, the why, the how the mistakes that can take place between both sides and how continue reading
Helping others is beneficial, it gives meaning to our life, it brings us closer to each other and can do wonders for our health. We can all probably remember the kind smile and the warm thank-you we received when we last helped a friend or a total stranger. Helping others can bring up new opportunities in life and your actions will never be forgotten. Below you will find a list of the 6 most important reasons for why helping others will make you live a better continue reading
Big boys do cry - my personal story I grew up with the idea that boys don’t cry and that crying is just for girls. All the stories that I was reading in school, the tales my grandpa used to tell me before going to sleep where about knights in shining armour, brave men who fought dragons and beasts. All these brave heroes often had a brother that was their total opposite: scared, nervous, anxious, couldn’t fight with anyone and usually with a father that didn’t continue reading


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