Personal Development

Personal Development

Belgian charity: CAP48 against disability prejudice

This Belgian charity tackles prejudice against people with disabilities. CAP48 is a Belgian organization founded in 1957 that allows the collection of funds intended mainly...

Coaching: The curious cycles of Druidism

Sarbani Sen’s natural curiosity took her to a very unusual coaching session. Recently, my interests took me to a special coaching session a friend of...

Success: How to Win Friends & Influence People

We continue our recommendations for audio books that can inspire you to reach your dreams, focusing on Think and Grow Rich. Educate yourself further...

Brussels Parliamentarium: An open door on Europe

James Drew chats to Stephen Clark about the Parliamentarium. It has now been five years since the European Parliament's visitor centre, the Parliamentarium, first opened...

Yoga traditions: Is it now just marketable and sexy?

Sarbani Sen wonders what on Earth has happened to yoga traditions. Coming across the #yogaindustry campaign recently, I was surprised to encounter kindergarten stories of...

Modern fitness for the modern man – try it!

myASPRIA Contributor Nils Courcy undertook the perilous exercise of defining male beauty in modern fitness in the present day. Today’s man is well-groomed and proud...

Get fit: Put some variation in your excercise routine

myAspria contributor Nils Courcy says he has the get fit key to chasing away your boredom, stagnation and physical exhaustion. Modern man is sedentary, with...

Fitness: Don’t worry, get fit with minimal exercise

Fitness experts Aspria explain how just 10 minutes’ exercise will make you happier You don’t need to exercise for hours to get positive results. Even...

Gut nutrition: Diet and gut, a healthy microbiome

Our nutrition expert Sophie Bruno spotlights the importance of diet in healthy gut nutrition. The gut microbiome is often considered a ‘forgotten organ’ or the...

Personal development: Case against a stress-free life

Personal development writer Natalie Morris grapples with the notion of ‘will to power’. A semester into my first year at university, I unexpectedly decided to...
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