Do you happen to cut down on proper sleeping hours, live on junk food for days, refuse to take a break from work despite being exhausted and so on? Do you realize that not caring about yourself ‘right here right now’ will bring you regrets later on? Read my blog post to see why you should practice self-love with pride!
Dopamine, serotonin, and endorphins are your true allies! They join hands to help you feel your greatest. But how do you stimulate these happiness hormones?
Are there times when you know that you want to say ‘no’ to someone, to disagree with a statement or to reject what you’re being asked to do? At the same time, do you feel obliged to suppress the urge to speak out your mind? If this sounds familiar, then read my blog post…
Have you ever said things that you later on regret? Did it have undesirable implications for you? Being mindful of what you say, how you behave and react is important and can save you from many regrets in the future.
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…
Decluttering your house/yard/office or other places may sound like additional work. However, once done, will bring you multiple benefits, and possibly even a domino effect of other related blessings!
Valentine’s Day should be celebrated on every single day! The 14 of February isn’t the only day of the year to show that you care and to spoil your loved ones! Couples celebrate this special day and so do family and friends.
Everyone feels angry at times! That’s natural,… then why should you manage your anger? What are the potential consequences of uncontrolled temper, leading to actions and harsh spoken words, that could bring regret and cause damage to your personal and professional relationships?
Have you ever asked yourself how independent you are? As a child, we are fully dependent on our parents, yearning for admiration and reassurance on everything. Over the years, we form our peer groups and want their approval, often abiding to peer-pressure at an early age, and even start drinking alcohol and smoking. Then at work, we find the need to go along organizational politics, to ensure a chance for being promoted,… the list could go on!