When we want to take a decision we usually rely on our critical and logical thinking completely forgetting about our sixth sense – our intuition. Some call it “gut feeling” or “gut instinct”, I like to call it my the sound of my inner voice. Our intuition is a precognitive knowledge that helps us make decisions, avoid danger and live in a more authentic way. In other words, “gut instinct” is our best life guidance. Of course the best way to make a conscious decision is to combine gut instinct with critical and logical thinking. So be mindful, listen to your gut and use your logical reasoning and you should be fine.
Sometimes it’s really hard to find motivation and be extremely productive especially if you have a bad day. Motivation is not constant and being busy doesn’t mean being productive. So what is the best and easiest way to find motivation and boost your productivity even if you feel tired, sad or lazy? I write this post to inspire you and help you to boost your motivation and productivity when you feel like doing nothing.
Eating out alone is one of the best ways to spend some time in the best company ever. Just think about it. You can have a great time, enjoy yourself, eat some delicious, nutrient-dense meal without sharing with others. Besides your dinner alone time is your chanse to go on a date with yourself! So read this post, embrace eating alone and go on a dinner date with yourself.
Intrusive thought are these unwanted usually negative thoughts that seem to pop up out of nowhere. These intrusive thoughts can easily ruin our day until we learn to deal with them effectively. This article will help you to understand what intrusive thoughts are, why they apper and how to deal with them without sacryfying your state of mind.
There is a lot of books, articles, online courses, podcasts, videos and other resources about how practicing mindfulness can help you to improve your life and boost your wellbeing and happiness. But is there any dark side of practicing Mindfulness? Can Mindfulness become a trap? Yes, of course it can. That’s why it is so important to understand this whole concept of being mindful and living in the present moment before you strat practicing mindful meditations and other exercises. “Being mindful” means embracing perfectly imperfect experience of living here and now .
Being alone doesn’t mean being lonely. Solitude helps you to understand your feelings, thoughts and emotions without being distracted or influenced by others. Furthermore, embracing solitude is an essential part of self-care and the best chance to connect with your higher-self. So dedicate your time alone to nourish your mind, body and spirit and indulge in small pleasures.
Making mistakes it’s essential part of learning process. But to be able to learn your life lesson first you need to admit that you’ve made a mistake and figure out what this situation tells you about the person you are and how you can use this particular mistake into your advantage. This post explain why we shouldn’t see our mistakes as failures and how we can grow from these wrong decisions and evolve into the best version of ourselves.
Have you ever been asked an intrusive, very personal or even rude question by a complete stranger and you didn’t know how to behave? I bet you did. Most of us are peaple pleasers and don’t want to hurt someone else’s feelings but what about our feelings? In this post I write about 10 things and situations you don’t owe anyone an explanation for. If you feel the need to explain yourself go for it but if you don’t want to talk about your private things with strangers just don’t do it without feeling guilty afterward.
Practicing self-care is crucial for your health and wellbeing. That’s why it is so important to make self-care a part of your daily routine. If you find difficult to find some time for self-care because of your busy schedule just schedule times for yourself and use it doing the activities that make you happy, relaxed and paceful. Grab this free prontable workbook and start your self-care journey right now!
Battling with depression can be hard and exhausting. In “good days” everything seems quite normal but when “bad days” comes you feel hopeless, extremely exhausted and numb. Depression is not a choice but a serious mental illness that has to be treated properly. A lot of depressed people feel guilty, ashamed or embarresed for having this mental problem but there is nothing to be ashamed of. If you are depressed it doesn’t mean that you are weak or incapable of living a good life it means that you have to address your problem and start your battle. You can do this and you’re not alone!