We all have ideas every single day. Some are bad, some are good, and some are mind blowingly awesome. Whether you own your own business or employed, or not, you will probably think about ways of doing things better, of coming up with solutions to everyday issues.
Whether or not you do anything with those ideas, recognising them and noting them down could help you solve problems, if you choose to. But even if you don’t, having those ideas shows that you are a creative person and you should be proud of that fact.Continue reading
Your home should be a place where you can escape from the stresses of life. But, with so much happening in a home every day, it can quickly become just as hectic as the places you’re trying to escape from. With just a bit of work, though, you can make your home more restful, inviting, and turmoil-free. Follow this advice to turn your house from stressful to restful, before you know it.
Clear Out the Clutter
Keeping your house free of clutter makes your home less stressful as you go about your day-to-day life. The more clutter you have, the more stuff you have to move around, tidy up and live with. Continue reading
Remember the saying from the poem Solitude, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. The lines are, “Laugh, and the world laughs with you; weep and you weep alone”. The same can be said for complaining. If you are a chronic complainer, you may want to rethink that attribute.
The problem with complaining too much of it becomes less effective over time. Are you really unhappy with every situation you are presented with? It could be a sign that you have other negative situations going on with your life.
I am sure you can think of someone who fits this bill. I know i can – an ex-colleague who complained about everything. It was ok when she was complaining to companies on the phone as they had only been on the end of it once, but for the rest of us around her we found ourselves rolling our eyes as we thought “here we go again”.Continue reading
We all know people who have an inflated ego, people who are so self confident that they dominate rooms the moment they walk in. Is this you? Are you a narcissist?
A narcissist has an inflated image of his or her own importance. This person’s ego is sky-high. This creates a constant need for admiration, and expresses itself in a lack of empathy for others. Regardless of this outward image, there is usually a fragile layer of self-esteem that is vulnerable to even the smallest criticism.Continue reading
If you have found yourself in a bit of a rut, feeling listless, not achieving, then you have almost certainly got stuck in your comfort zone. Each day looks the same, with nothing exciting happening, and the months ticking by quickly. These books will help you break out of your comfort zone, achieve more, and make your life great again!
If you have come to a standstill in your life, feel like you are going nowhere fast, feel lazy and don’t want to bother striving for the things you have been wanting, then you need this book. After reading Zak Khan’s book Break Out: A Powerful Guide On Breaking Out Of Your Comfort Zone And Building A Life Of Success And Happiness! you will be motivated to get back on track and achieve all you have ever wanted.
Many a good book uses examples whilst they discuss what their topic is, and author Andy Molinsky uses this process very well in Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge, and Build Confidence. If you are struggling with anything in your life, this book will help you find the solutions and dispel the five myths of stepping out of your comfort zone.
It’s so easy for us to take the comfortable way in life. If you look at your own habits and daily routines, I bet you can pinpoint lots of ways where you take the easy option. Author Erin Straza takes us on her journey to India – a journey of self-discovery as well as sharing stories of other women and their life with God. Comfort Detox: Finding Freedom from Habits That Bind You.