Scrubbing away bad memories

Type: Exercise
Topic: Emotions

If you have a bad or embarrassing memory that keeps rearing its ugly head and making you feel bad, you can get rid of it by turning it into something much more ridiculous. Here’s how.

Disclosive Writing

Type: Exercise
Topic: Emotions

Difficult, embarrassing, or traumatic events from our past can have ripple effects in our present. Writing about such events can help you to deal with them.

Power Naps

Type: Exercise
Topics: Emotions,Health,Mental Performance,Productivity

Naps have benefits that make their time investment more than worthwhile. They increase mental performance, improve your emotional state, and reduce the risk of various health conditions. Learn how to take the optimal nap here!

Mental Time Travel

Type: Exercise
Topic: Emotions

Even if you achieve all the BIG things you want, your life will still be made up of the same SMALL, mundane things – shopping, walking, eating, small talk. There’s a lot of happiness mileage to be gained in improving these – here’s one way to start.

Positive Reminiscence

Type: Exercise
Topic: Emotions

Happier people don’t dwell on the the tough times. Instead, they reminisce on the positive, using their intensely positive experiences as a sort of databank, accessing good memories when they need a boost. Here’s how.

How to increase your stress resilience

Type: Blog Post
Topic: Emotions

Some people handle stress gracefully, and can perform at their best under extremely high levels of pressure. Others crumble, even under relatively low levels of pressure. What makes the difference between the two? How can one move from the latter group towards the former?

10-Day Reframe Challenge

Type: Exercise
Topic: Emotions

Our thoughts shape our emotions and actions. If our thoughts are overly negative, this can affect our mood and lead us to make worse decisions. This challenge helps you identify and fix these unproductive thoughts.

Nature Break

Type: Exercise
Topics: Emotions,Mental Performance

Nature isn’t somewhere to visit. It’s home – it’s the environment we evolved to live in. There may be negative consequences to depriving ourselves of it. So, try to take a nature break when you can.

Gratitude Log

Type: Exercise
Topic: Emotions

Most people, especially in the materially-abundant developed world, have a lot to be thankful for. But it’s easy to forget all these things, and focus on things we don’t like about our lives. This exercise helps you redress the balance a little bit.