I don't know how everyone else is feeling, but to me, it seems like a stressful time. We need to focus on our wellbeing during stressful times, therefore I am dedicating 31 days to wellbeing and setting one activity per day to alleviate stress and bring a little happiness into each day. Some is physical, … Continue reading 31 Days of Wellbeing
Don't underestimate the importance of taking care of yourself. I read a quote on Positivity Blog: “Self-care is never a selfish act—it is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer to others.” – Parker Palmer You can only truly begin to offer to others once … Continue reading Five self care tips for the working week
Don't define yourself by the past. Today defines you - so take this opportunity to start again.
I love it when a Pixar or Disney film has strong, uplifting messages behind it. Brave is one of those films and this quote is a brilliant reminder that we are the managers of our own life. No, you cannot control everything that will happen to you, but you can choose how you react and deal with … Continue reading Boost of the Day #171: Brave
We worry too much about things that will have little importance in one year from now, one week, one day, even one hour. Consider what is important to you. If anything else is making you feel stressed, it's time to take back control mentally and let go of the little problems in life. Save your … Continue reading Boost of the Day #170: THIS is what is important.
People most appreciate being treated well, with honesty and respect. This is how you build solid, meaningful relationships. This is what makes you as a person.
It's Friday! Have you managed to make it through the week unscathed? No worries, no stress, no mistakes, no problems? If so, that is amazing and rare so well done! If you've found life difficult at times this week, pick yourself up and look at these moments as just bumps along the road. Life will … Continue reading Boost of the Day #167: Do not fear the falls
Don't necessarily focus on money being the grand source of wealth. Aim for a new type of wealth: love, friendship and an unhurried sense of time would lead to a far greater sense of happiness. One that cannot be touched or taken away as easily as money...
So over the weekend I watched a film that was just wonderful for putting life in perspective. The film is called About Time and it is a Richard Curtis film (who also directs Love Actually, another amazing film!). The film is about a man who can go back in time. And it's nothing like Back to … Continue reading Booster Tip #15: Watch this film
Comparison is the thief of joy. Someone else's life may look better than yours, but the outside picture people portray is often far from reality. Problems are often hidden whilst successes are shouted about. So just focus on you and your life, and making it the best possible.