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Failure. That one word can change your entire mindset. I know I’ve had days that felt like my soul was sucked out through a straw – all because of something I screwed up.
“Really?” I hear the skeptics chorus. I shouldn’t wait another day? But I have years to explore the world and realize all those dreams I keep in a safe place away from daylight.
It wasn’t until I was a little older in life, when tragedy and working too hard started to get to me, that I realized the full benefit of feeling good and getting into a mindset that allows you to feel good.
Some people cannot fathom why I would want to live with no possessions and no security. I understand it’s not the regular way of doing things, but I was never one to conform to what we are led to believe is ‘normal’.
I’m not going to lie to you. I’m writing this post from a swanky hotel room in the middle of London. I’m in a robe and slippers and my hair is in a tangled mess. And guess what – This isn’t the first time I’ve done my work while lying in a bed.
Yoga is the perfect exercise option for busy people. All you need is a few square meters of clear floor and a mat.
You probably know that for the last few years Michael (the hubby) and I have been using House Sitting as our main method of accommodation while we have been gallivanting around the globe. Not anymore!
I know you have one. However, most people have fears that keep them from pursuing their dream. We’re going to look at five daunting hurdles, and how you can overcome them.
What we eat impacts on how we look so the image conscious among us cut down on fats, sugars and carbohydrates – the evil trio of weight gain – to look good. But more importantly what we eat affects how we feel.
The sudden realization that life does not go on forever occurs to different people at all stages of life. We feel that that we are just getting started and that surely we should have it figured out by now.
Time is at a premium and gym attendance is the first things to slide. But short sharp bursts of exercise can be just as effective as long as they are regular.
You have been happy in your life plenty of times, right? But no matter, something always happens and ruins everything for you. To be happy, you simply cannot count on life events to make your happy.
Okay, let’s face it; a complete digital detox can be rough. We are so tied to our phones, our tablets, and our computers, that it can be difficult to separate ourselves from them.
I’m going to tell you a secret, though; one you probably don’t want to hear. Failure is an essential component of success.
Does anyone remember going to school for the first time and worrying that no one would like you? I look back at that time and I wish I could tell younger me what I know now, it might have made a difference in my school years.
You’re no quitter, right? So you can’t give up, right? Wrong. It’s perfectly normal and, quite frankly, healthy to let go and move on when things aren’t working out.
We often get bogged down in the mundane aspects of life in our misguided attempts to be “normal” rather than taking time to find the joy in each day. This is a mistake.
Often the annual vacation is the only time we have to step back and consider what we may want to really do with our lives. These moments are a precious first step in getting some control over a haywire schedule.
Procrastination must be one of the more unappealing words in the English language. It sounds as bad as it feels. That sense of anxiety about missed opportunities and failure not to mention the guilt is only too familiar.
We either set ourselves goals which are completely unattainable or goals which are attainable but often are not reached. I look at some strategies to break your goal program into manageable chunks.
I recently announced my plan to take a year off work to travel at a gathering of my nearest and dearest besties. I was astounded and a little hurt at the unenthusiastic reception my brilliant idea received.