Practical know-how that you can use in your own life, written by experts from a wide array of disciplines

How to trust your body | Psyche

Mind-body interactions


How to trust your body

Your heart, lungs, abdomen and gut are trying to tell you something. Learning to tune in can significantly boost your health

by Saga Briggs

How to go vegetarian or vegan | Psyche

Food and drink


How to go vegetarian or vegan

Quitting animal foods needn’t be a hardship. Relish your new diet and make it stick with this nutritionist’s approach

by Reed Mangels

How to deal with regret | Psyche

Difficult emotions


How to deal with regret

In a world of choices, it’s impossible to avoid regret. Unpleasant as it is, you can make it bearable, even inspirational

by Jelena Kecmanovic

How to change your self-limiting beliefs | Psyche

Change and self-development


How to change your self-limiting beliefs

Let Descartes, Kant and other philosophers help you view the world through a more positive filter and you’ll bloom

by Rebecca Roache

How to enjoy running | Psyche

Sports and games


How to enjoy running

Going for a jog doesn’t have to be a chore – these mental techniques will make it something you actually look forward to

by Christian Jarrett

How to become an expert | Psyche

Work and vocation


How to become an expert

The path to mastery is long, winding and hugely fulfilling. Use this map to navigate and overcome any bumps along the way

by Roger L Kneebone

How to have better arguments | Psyche

Cooperation and collaboration


How to have better arguments

Arguing well isn’t just about winning. A philosophical approach will help you and the other person get much more out of it

by Scott Aikin & John Casey

How to nurture a personal library | Psyche

Stories and literature


How to nurture a personal library

An escape, a sanctuary, a place of pleasure, a memoir. Take these steps to ensure your library is just what you want it to be

by Freya Howarth

How to cope with shame | Psyche

Shame and guilt


How to cope with shame

Do you feel perpetually bad, broken or unlovable? These tools will help you relate to yourself in a fairer, gentler way

by Michaela B Swee & Susan Murray

How to read philosophy | Psyche

History of ideas


How to read philosophy

The first thing to remember is that the great philosophers were only human. Then you can start disagreeing with them

by Charlie Huenemann