How to: Sleep Better at Night

Why We Sleep: Book Review Prioritize Sleep If someone told you there was a magic pill that would reduce the risk of Alzheimer's and cancer, reduce stress and anxiety, help you lose weight, and make you more attractive, wouldn't you take it? “the shorter your sleep, the shorter your life. The leading causes of disease…

The Key to Finding Love and Building Healthy Relationships

Dating is a huge time investment. We don't get any time back, and I've learned the hard way how painful it can be when you realize you've given away your time to someone who didn't deserve it instead of nourishing the relationships that feed your soul. Photo by Fabrizio Verrecchia on Unsplash This year has been stuffed with…

New Video! Happy Love Month ❤️

Check out my latest video! Even relationships built on natural chemistry require deep investment to build infatuation into partnership. Here is what I've learned about constructing the emotional foundation for a healthy relationship that lasts. February is an amazing month for romance. I hope you all have an wonderful Valentine's day!

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How to Trash a 250K Education

Over the weekend, I was organizing, doing an early spring cleaning when I came across this deadweight. This box is filled with my notebooks, exams, and homework from University. Pages and pages of painstakingly detailed engineering workbooks (written mostly in glittery gel pen) served me well on my journey to build a healthy GPA. Now,…

The Power Paradox

Traditionally, we view power through a Machiavellian lens. Popular culture and tradition show leaders gain and lose influence through displays of force and hold on to power through brute cruelty. However, Kelter argues that the violent strategies outlined in Machiavelli's famous work The Prince are outdated and incompatible within the social structure of our modern world. 

Why I Still Journal – Ten Years Later

Amid anxiety and uncertainty, there exists a myriad of tools we can employ to strengthen our mental resolve and boost wellbeing. Some find solace communing with nature, or cuddled beneath their covers with a good book while others find it more constructive to reach out to their networks for support and distraction. I have tried…