Happiness is essential! Yet don’t you sometimes feel that your life lacks happiness… at least from time to time? What makes you happy today may not guarantee life-long happiness, either! Then how do you find a better approach to staying happy? Read my blog post to find some ideas…
You live your whole life doing things every single day, that add up to months, and then years… Do you feel that you sometimes waste your time or do things that you later on regret? How to plan for and ensure that you make the most of your life…
Do you find yourself alone sometimes, wondering what to do all by yourself? Do you resist the temptation to go out on a spree, spending money carelessly and uselessly? Read my blog post to find easy things to do when you’re alone, while on a budget!
Live the life that you intend to live! Make the most of your life, achieve what you truly want to. Focus your time and energy on doing things which serve your life purpose. Read on for more…
Do you feel exhausted, stressed and even discouraged sometimes? When life throws unwanted experiences at you or when you feel worn out due to work, study, family life or for any other reasons,… then unwinding regularly is an absolute must!
Every time you end the year, you look back to see what you’ve achieved and what you plan for the next year. Your goals, objectives and New Year resolutions are what drive you to achieve a better and more meaningful life!
That’s right… flowers for you! In this post, I’ll be sharing with you some photos that I took in my own garden. While I’m not a professional photographer, I enjoy clicking photos to post on my lovable Instagram account!!
We all sometimes feel that we’ve failed, be it in our personal or professional life, our relationships, our dreams and desires, and more. How we react to this, makes all the difference… We could actually gain from failure!
There are days when ideas don’t come naturally, and I make efforts to find inspiration, such as finding a topic for my new blog post. While using the ‘daily prompt’ is very useful (a life saver for regular blogging), my special exercise for inspiration and idea-generation is often to stroll down my garden. Observing nature clears my mind, brings serenity, and helps me to focus, develop, and choose the best topic for my next blog.
I’m back as promised, with the second of this 3 parts series. If you missed the first one, you may wish to click here, where I evoked my experience of hiking, and how eluding screen addiction for a while, gave me so much benefit, that I’m now taking a digital detox, on a regular basis!