5 Tips for Going Back to School as an Adult

5 Tips for Going Back to School as an Adult

Completely changing the direction of your life, wiping the slate clean, and starting over can be an exhilarating yet terrifying experience. It means completely jumping out of your comfort zone and getting used to feeling entirely out of your depth in almost every new situation. What I didn’t realize when I first decided to embark on the journey of going to medical school, is that it would also mean that I would have to go back to high school in order to proceed with what I wanted to do. High school! At the time high school was over ten years ago for me, and I assumed that the day I graduated was the last day I would ever have to see the inside of that institution. The last thing I wanted to do to move forward was to have to take ten steps backward first.
August 21, 2016 by Candice Griffin
Why You Should Colour (relax that brain of yours)

Why You Should Colour (relax that brain of yours)

Colouring books for adults have been quite popular as of late. For good reason! Read on to see why the activity you did as a kid is good for your adult brain, especially with the busy lives we lead these days.
June 20, 2016 by An eVitality Staffer
Start Your Day Right: 3 Best Practices

Start Your Day Right: 3 Best Practices

Sleeping in itself can sometimes be challenging, especially when your mind is racing late at night. However, getting up in the morning with the right routine can position you to kick ass and take names for the rest of the day. As soon as you wake up, and begin thinking about all of your various responsibilities, your cortisol levels spike and leave you stressed immediately. It’s time for you to be adaptive, not reactive. Here are a couple tips:
June 10, 2016 by An eVitality Staffer
3 Methods to Drastically Reduce Stress

3 Methods to Drastically Reduce Stress

Ugh, just saying the word makes me cringe. We all know stress, everybody experiences it on a day-to-day basis and studies have shown most people don’t do much about it. So it begs the question, can stress be completely eradicated from our lives? Well, the short answer is “no”, but then again stress can sometimes be a good thing (it motivates you, and helps increase productivity). However, the build-up of stress can be detrimental to your health physically, mentally, and emotionally, which is why we’d like to propose 3 viable strategies to help reduce it.
June 08, 2016 by An eVitality Staffer