Riding a bicycle is for everyone, no matter what your age! Significantly, most of us learned to ride a bike as a kid. Notably, it was how we explored our neighborhood. In fact, biking brought freedom, adventure, and delight. If you missed out, today there are...
Variety is the spice of life. The first thing to remember, though, is it’s easy to get distracted. When that happens, you might abandon goals and projects you’ve started to chase any new thing that catches your eye.
We can’t always control where stress comes from in our lives, but we can change how we react to it. Equally important, our bodies are designed to handle stress.
Our brain actually wasn’t designed to handle the complicated environment we live in. So, if your outer life feels chaotic right now, you may believe you can’t do anything to achieve inner balance.
Do you have problems with being absentminded, even if your memory is usually ok? Do you sometimes forget where you put your eyeglasses or phone?
Are you tired of setting goals and not reaching them? How can you succeed at (exercising regularly, eating better, reducing procrastination)?
Not only does being happier not have to be a long-term process, but also, you can start right now.
You can’t change anything if you don’t know something needs to be changed.
If you’re determined to get more organized, start slowly, with small changes. You may never achieve total organization; however, you can set your days up to help you accomplish more.
Really organized people are not born organized. Organizing is a skill, and anyone can learn it.
Have you experienced being so absorbed in what you’re doing that you lose track of time?
Self care is a peculiar, mysterious idea for most of us, with underlying shades of limitations. But taking care of ourselves – self-care, is an important part of staying healthy and fully alive.