Hi all, it’s me again, here to tell you all what you should and should not do in life… because I have opinions and I am justified to do so right? My self-righteousness clearly gives me a pass on life to yield the hammer of justice and freely swing on those who I determine to be wrong, because such people should not be able to … Continue reading Happiness Is Relative.
I think there are so many different responses that an individual goes through during a break up and that can be from relying on friends, rebounds, isolation, the get-over-a-break-up remedies vary so significantly depending on where or who you turn to for comfort. So here’s a quick guide to what I’ve learnt through my friends and my own experience! 1. Surround yourself with people that … Continue reading Post Break-Up.
I have grown up in a very consumerist mindset; if I pay for something then I expect to gain something in return for that, this has always been subtly engrained as an expectation for everything else in my life, in particular my relations with people. When I gave, I always expected something back in return, perhaps not immediately or on the same magnitude but it … Continue reading Bringing Value To The Table.
The internet is a place saturated with (obnoxious) people trying to tell you why you should do this or why you shouldn’t do that…why having plans is key to achieving goals or trying to motivate you through one way or another blah blah blah. It’s all the same right? And those videos that tell you to click on their link to find out their ‘SECRET’… … Continue reading Should You Stop Trying to Stay Motivated?
Comparing your life to those of other people is one of those pitfalls that might hinder your growth as a person. In our last podcast we discussed a habit of mine that I wasn’t sure if it was bad or not. This habit of mine is that I compare my current life to those of successful people when they were my age or just to successful … Continue reading Comparing your life to those of others
We have posted about being selfish and prioritising yourself in your decision making and lifestyle in order to stop caring about judgement and what other people think of you. But this, obviously, is not as simple as black and white. Our repetition and emphasis on being more selfish is to encourage more positivity and confidence in yourself to counter all the negativity of judgement out … Continue reading Legacy of my life..and yours.
Dealing with grief is a very personal and difficult thing in all kinds of different ways for people but we eventually have to learn our own way to deal and live with it. I have been in those shoes and also had to experience it through seeing many of my friends go through grievance on all kinds of levels; family, friends, pets, idols etc. Loss is … Continue reading Moving On From Loss.