Stella Vark

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Stella’s life goal is to explore and write about the many facets of happiness – love, health, compassion, self-knowledge, and personal fulfillment. In addition to various writing gigs, she earned her stripes as an editor and translator. Considering that she is (enthusiastically) a team player, her favorite part of her job is getting to work on long, nuanced, and collaborative articles on Wholistique.

She has a background in theoretical math and she spent a few years teaching teenagers the finer points of calculus. This left her with an appreciation for the simple things in life. When she isn’t writing or falling down research spirals, Stella likes spending time with her family, her dogs, and a good book.

WRITTEN ARTICLES

How (Not) to Argue with Your Kids

Arguments can lead to the most exhausting, dispiriting moments of being a parent. Screaming matches on the way to school, sullen silences over dinner,...

What Can You Do About Impostor Syndrome?

The impostor phenomenon was first researched in the late seventies, in the context of high-achieving women’s experiences in the workplace (Clance & Imes 1978)....

The Physical Toll of Working Too Much

Hard work is a cultural value that gets passed on from one generation to the next, and much of our life is built around...

How to Help Your Child Become Less Shy

As a parent, you want your child to be happy and successful in all walks of life. Seeing them thrive in social situations can...

4 Pitfalls of Working from Home – and What You Can Do to Avoid Them

With employers starting to recognize the many upsides of letting employees work from home, remote workers are becoming a force to be reckoned with....

Improve Your Work-Life Balance with a Digital Detox

When trying to establish a good balance between your job and personal life, it’s crucial to sort out your priorities. But prioritizing isn’t easy,...

Latest Articles

Why Good Posture Matters

If you are reading this, you are either sitting, standing, lying on your bed or hanging from the ceiling for all I know. But...

How (Not) to Argue with Your Kids

Arguments can lead to the most exhausting, dispiriting moments of being a parent. Screaming matches on the way to school, sullen silences over dinner,...

How to Create 5 Extra Hours Off Your Week

Time is money, time flies, time is a thief, time is a doctor, time is relative; whatever you associate time with, we can all...

The Five Ways for Couples to Grow a Deeper Connection

Relationships are dynamic in their nature, and it’s no wonder that people find themselves on a rocky road from time to time. That is...

What Can You Do About Impostor Syndrome?

The impostor phenomenon was first researched in the late seventies, in the context of high-achieving women’s experiences in the workplace (Clance & Imes 1978)....