Nobody likes uncomfortable emotions, and we all would do anything else but meet them face to face. But there’s a lot to learn about ourselves and our environment when we allow those uncomfortable emotions to traverse us. We can learn, and we can grow.
Intermittent Fasting is not a diet but a lifestyle. Scientific research has proven that intermittent fasting not only accelerates fat loss and decreases inflammation in your body, but it has long-term positive effects on aging and overall wellbeing.
Living a happier life seems to be on everyone’s agenda; people constantly seek new ways to lead a happy life. But in pursuit of happiness, we forget to live our lives. Instead of chasing happiness, we can make small adjustments to our mindsets, habits, attitudes, and behaviors which will result in us leading a happier life.
Self-confidence is, at its core, one’s ability to trust in one’s self. It sounds simple enough, but it’s way more complex than it seems. We often look up to those who seem to have self-confidence all figured out. So, what can we do to build our own self-confidence?
It’s a harsh proposition to start before you’re ready. After all, you are not ready for it, are you? The research, though, reveals that waiting to be ready is a fallacy. In fact, starting way earlier guarantees a better path toward success than waiting for the elusive perfection.
As one of the five basic emotions, anger is familiar to most of us. Almost everyone has experienced anger or witnessed others expressing it around them. Anger affects your behavior and attitude and shapes your relationships. Therefore, it’s critical to develop a system to tame your anger and be in control.
When times are uncertain, we seem to forget, at least temporarily, about our goals and dreams, and we switch our minds to survival mode. Whereas that in itself is not a bad thing, learning how to re-focus and return to your priorities during these uncertain times is a skill that you can train over time.
How do they do it? How do they put words on paper every day and still live a full life? The secret lies in their writing habits and how famous writers apply them to their craft. There’s a lot to learn from these masters—here are the 10 most important writing habits that will help you become a better writer.
Yoga is an ancient set of techniques that originated in India as one of the six Astika schools of Hindu philosophical traditions. In practice, yoga has a multitude of health benefits including improvements to your strength, flexibility, balance, posture, and weight loss. Yoga helps reduce stress and contributes to many other health factors.
Do you have too much crap in your life? If you are like most people, you do. You have old stuff, broken stuff, dumb stuff, outdated stuff. You have… stuff. Learn how to declutter your entire life and create space not just for new stuff, but simply space.
It’s a common misconception that creativity is just for the few, namely artists. The reality is that we are all creative to some extent. To take full advantage of the benefits of creativity, we need to learn how to unleash creativity, and then practice it everywhere.
Writing a novel is an exciting and fulfilling activity. But how do you start? Learning how to create a novel outline is one of the best skills you can develop to start with your first manuscript and finish it. You can download my free template in this article and start your first novel outline today.
Time blocking is a technique used by successful people to manage their time effectively. It implies dividing your time between work, family, and hobbies in a way that ensures maximum effectiveness in all those areas and increases the chances to achieve goals.
We all have an internal chatter and, most of the time, it’s not a friendly one. It talks in the backs of our minds and is constantly lying to us, subtly but damagingly. It’s a coping mechanism, but is it really helpful? Learn about the most common lies we tell ourselves and how to stop doing that.
Self-discipline can be elusive sometimes, as an overarching concept in life. You probably experience it every day in small parts of your day-to-day, but the bigger question is: how do you improve self-discipline in all aspects of your life?