Before you make the choice to fix something, ask yourself if the thing is worth fixing in the first place. Nobody wants to spend their time, energy and possibly money on something that could end up being a waste of time. As much as some things are worth sticking at and working on, sometimes the … Continue reading Is it worth fixing?
Move Whether it be taking a walk, doing a workout or having a solo dance party. Moving your body enables you to let go of the energy that is weighing you down, overwhelming you and will eventually lead you to getting carried away Write Just start writing something about how you feel and see where … Continue reading 3 things to do before you get carried away
Every so often I log out of social media. I do it to remind myself that I don't need to use it as much as I think I do. I do it to free up space in my mind for my own thoughts and opinions. I do it so that I can spend my free … Continue reading Reasons to log out
When you have a problem that you're working to overcome, where do you focus your efforts? Often we end up priotising the problem because we think we need to assess, analyse, dissect and understand every little bit of it before we can move forward. However, it turns out that you're much better off prioritising the … Continue reading Prioritise the solution
When it comes to race related comments, what's worth commenting on? Is it worth the energy it takes to call someone out and explain to them why what they said is slightly (or maybe even highly) concerning? If it goes well it would probably be worth it but if the other person is adamant that … Continue reading Comments worth commenting on
If you're doing the same set of activities on a regularly basis over time it'll become part of your routine. It'll be set into your subconscious to the point where you go from start to finish with little to no thought in between. That saves you a lot of energy because you're no longer having … Continue reading The goal of a routine
On how pent up energy comes out in unexpected ways. Sometimes when a person over reacts it's because they've got built up frustration or anger and this particular situation has been the breaking point. All of a sudden you're losing your cool over 'spilt milk' and sometimes in the moment you don't even know why … Continue reading Anyone can get it
In a book a read a while back it explained why we should focus on what we do want instead of what we don't want. It gave the example of someone telling you not to think of a purple elephant and how despite being told not to that is exactly where the mind wanders. That … Continue reading Why you shouldn’t focus on what you don’t want