Do you have a desire to improve things in your life, just in time for the New Year? Getting into shape, reading more, being more productive, or quitting smoking, just to name a few. Every year, you take the time to create a plan of action and hit the ground running, making drastic changes to your life and daily routine. Then, two weeks later, enthusiasm eventually wears out and motivation is a thing of the past. Read my post “New Year, Same Results?”. What if I told you that is you want to make impactful changes in your life, all you have to do is start small.
It’s so easy to delay doing something we know that we need to do, simply because we don’t feel like it or because we don’t think we have enough time. We all have fallen victim to procrastination at one time or another. But just because it’s common, doesn’t mean that it’s ok, or that it’s even an excuse. When you procrastinate, you’re only hurting yourself in the end. Keep reading to find out how you can stop procrastinating once and for all.
If you’re going to get the most out of your life, it’s important to understand and learn for the many lessons that will present themselves. If you pay attention, there are new lessons that can be learned every day. Some lessons simply click, or make sense faster than others. While some, take a little while longer to understand. Speaking from experience, I’ve learned plenty of lessons so far in my life, and I know that there’s much more to be learned. The beauty is that we’ll never stop being students and life will never stop being our teacher. Here are 7 life lessons to learn today.
When it comes to your life, have you ever felt like things never seem to work out in your favor? What’s something that you’ve always wanted? Something that speaks to your soul and well-being; but you felt like it was impossible to get? Would you believe me if I said you could have it? Ask, believe, achieve… That, my friends, is the power of manifestation. If you want to learn how to use the power of manifestation to get the life that you want, keep reading. Continue Reading
It’s safe to say that therapy has been one of the hottest topics of discussion over the last few years. I remember once upon a time, if someone admitted to seeking or needing therapy, there was a negative stigma that seemed to follow them. History shows that the survival of the fittest has been the law of the land. So, society’s increased acceptance and understanding of one’s need for therapy without passing judgment is huge step in the right direction. More importantly, it’s amazing that people are taking their own mental health more seriously by acknowledging that therapy is a useful tool for one’s happiness and overall well-being. Continue Reading