How are you? How are you REALLY doing? Let's face it, the pandemic is affecting all of us - to different degrees for sure, but all our lives have changed to some extent. And my gentle advice is this: be less judgemental and show yourself and others some compassion during this crisis.
Morning rituals have become a thing. I'll be honest: even the term itself does not appeal to me... It sounds like too much work first thing in the morning. Nevertheless, I do believe that the way we start the day highly impacts on the rest of the day. So, here's a suggestion on how you can easily create a morning ritual that doesn't take more than a few seconds.
Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary? Those are great guidelines on the things we should probably keep to ourselves and not say out loud. But what about the pain we cause by NOT saying anything? Read on to see what I mean.
If you follow my insta account, you will know that I am partial to 'words of wisdom quotes' (I am aware that some people think they are just meaningless platitudes but I happen to love them - mostly). But there is one that really winds me up. And that is anything along the lines of "never give up". Quite naturally, given how often I have quit things in my life, I guess. Read on to find out why I think it's bullshit - and not just because I personally may feel criticized for my choices ;-)
Anyone who knows me, knows I am a huge fan of self-development. I truly believe that we never stop learning. But I realize also that the love for self-development and personal growth might turn into the belief that something is wrong with us. In my article that is now available on Elephant Journal, I write about how my (subconscious) belief that I was broken affected me in various ways.
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