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.
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!
Sleeping is such an important habit in life, yet, don’t we take it for granted at times? Staying up late for indulgence, watching television, chatting on mobile phones, finishing work late at night. Although at first, you might not question the quality of your sleep, your mind and body get exhausted and then you see the adverse effects…
The term ‘self-care’ is defined as ‘The practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health’ and also as ‘The practice of taking an active role in protecting one’s own well-being and happiness, in particular during periods of stress’, by the Oxford Dictionaries.
We’ve all gone through times when we know that we’ve worked hard, felt exhausted, and yet missed our set targets! This may apply to both, your personal/professional circumstances.
Busy times, lots to do every day, with more and more pressure building up… Added to stress, comes the conflict in relationships! How do you accomplish it all while being energetic, and stay at peace with your inner self on a daily basis?
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?
Albert Einstein once said “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”. I truly admire that quote, and have seen the result of applying some effective problem-solving techniques myself…
What does ‘happiness’ mean to you? Often people relate happiness to finding their true soul mate, others, to buying a huge house, a prestigious car, earning a six or eight figure income, and so on… Happiness means different things to different people.
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.