mental health

Understanding the Rhythms of Emotions

In this next episode, I am chatting with Ebenezer Bond. Ebenezer sold his agency, Invisible North, two years ago to pursue a diverse range of projects. He spends his workdays consulting, advising and sometimes investing in AI, sexual wellness, men’s emotional wellbeing, the experiential design community and more. We dive deepest into his work with EVRYMAN, an organization focused on bringing men together to exercise their emotions so they can lead more successful, fulfilling lives. Their goal is to support one million men over the next five years through a community of men deeply committed to emotional wellness.

Finding Your Why

Social entrepreneur, yogi and strategist, Nicole Cardoza, shares her perspective on teaching children the power of being present, approaching her social good ventures as a practice, breaking down the stigmas that surround mental health, and applying her knowledge of tech to the development of Yoga Foster, a national nonprofit that empowers educators with yoga for the classroom, and Mental Health League, an impact organization on a mission to get the world to rally around mental health.

Giving Our Mental Health Attention

Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. According to the National Alliance for Mental Illness in the USA, 1 in 5 people live with mental illness. In Australia, it's estimated that 45% of people will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime.

I’ve battled with depression throughout my life, have supported friends coping with crippling anxiety, and in 2012, I lost my cousin to suicide. My commitment to mental health is deeply personal.

Earlier this year, watching our feed on #worldmentalhealthday, it was clear that the global community of thinkers - strategists, creatives, writers, designers, entrepreneurs - is full of stories expressing silent and often lonely battles with depression, anxiety, stress and other crippling mental health related conditions.

The mental health of our community deserves attention.

Every time we share personal stories of mental health challenges and what it feels like, we redefine ‘normal’ and eliminate some weight from the stigma. Every person that integrates a habit of mindfulness into their lives, discovers additional tools to help ease their burden. Every day that you ask someone “are you ok?”, you create a moment for them that says I See You.

Through our mindful products and our community, we hope we can be an ally for anyone bravely facing a mental health condition. With every planner sold, we donate $1 to one of these organizations:

We are supporting #GivingTuesday on November 27.

Use code GRATEFUL at check-out between November 22 and 26, 2018 to receive 25% off your purchase and contribute to our fundraising efforts for these important organizations. This code is not redeemable for annual membership.