Project Helping Blog

March 19, 2018

Encompassing All Aspects of Wellness To Improve Daily Life

Multidimensional Aspects of Wellness to Improve Daily Life Take a minute to think about wellness. What are the first things that pop into your mind? Exploring a new exercise routine or making sure your plate has a good balance of fruits and vegetables. Those examples only touch one area of wellness. The National Wellness Institute defines wellness as […]

March 15, 2018

Happiness vs Joy: What is the Difference?

A Life Full of Happiness or A Life Full of Joy? Many people experience both happiness and joy, but in great differences. Which feeling will help you live an uplifting life? Life of Happiness: External happiness revolves around the people we surround ourselves with, the events that occur in our lives, the thoughts that go […]

March 14, 2018

Depression is a Bully

How to stand up to depression as a bully Bullying, like depression, is all too common. More than likely, you’ve dealt with a bully at one point in your life. There has been someone in your life who has picked on you, called you names, or made you feel like you weren’t worthy. You have probably […]

March 12, 2018

High-Functioning Depression

What It Is and Why It Is Important to Talk About It The stereotypes about people with mental illnesses are just as harmful as social stigma. These stereotypes negatively affect our perception of who we think can be affected by depression and who can’t. There are certain symptoms that come with a diagnosis, but mental […]

March 7, 2018

Immerse Your Life in Happiness

Successfully Creating a Life of Happiness What would happen if someone called you right now telling you that you won the lottery? $202 million in your pocket. I mean obviously you would think about purchasing a big house, getting that new car you have been eyeing, maybe buy a vacation home, get a completely new […]

March 5, 2018

Company Culture

Autonomy: Creating a Workplace with Freedom Creating a workplace full of happiness. Making sure people understand the meaning behind their projects will help with autonomy but if they don’t know the meaning, they are less likely to put in as much effort if they are given the freedom to do it at their own time. […]