Does Solitude Have a Place in Your Life?
Conscious living / Internet Relationships / Personal Development / Psychology / Relationships

Does Solitude Have a Place in Your Life?

Though it’s technically possible to be connected thousands of people thousands of miles away—anytime, anywhere—too much of a good thing can lead to a bad place. Solitude is a human need and to deny it is unhealthy for both mind and body. Living in a technologically connected 24/7 society that undervalues solitude and overvalues attachment … Continue reading

Conscious living / Emotional healing / Happiness / Relationships

Lessons Learned Outside the Classroom: Letting Go, Moving On, and Growing

College and school teach many things. While primary schools is very much about learning facts and figures, college is more about learning who you are and what you’re passionate about. A lot of self-realization and personal growth happens in college—not the least of which being how to become a true adult. These lessons aren’t learned … Continue reading

Alternative Medicine / Aromatherapy / Fibromyalgia / Health and Wellness / Meditation / Yoga

8 Fibromylagia Therapies

People with fibromyalgia experience a range of symptoms of varying intensities that wax and wane. Those symptoms are usually invisible to others  and many people with fibromyalgia push themselves too far until they trigger collapse.  What’s  key to well-being for people with fibromylagia is  taking charge of their own health,  employing  effective therapies,  learning how … Continue reading

Affirmations

The Observer Within

Tim Ferris brings an analytical, yet accessible, approach to the challenges of self-improvement and career advancement through what he calls “lifestyle design.” His 2007 book, The 4-Hour Workweek , a self-improvement program of four steps: defining aspirations, managing time, creating automatic income and escaping the trappings of the 9-to-5 life. Continue reading

Goal Setting / Internet Relationships / Psychology

Failures: Stumbling Blocks or Stepping Stones?

Failure is the key to success; each mistake teaches us something. — Morihei Ueshiba The kind of self- protective mindset that dictates that we only undertake things that we know we won’t fail at is a barrier to moving forward. Holding onto that  prevents us from taking risks and failing.  That’s unfortunate because failing is … Continue reading

Health and Wellness / Internet Relationships / Relationships

Self-Care for Mild to Moderate PMS

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) or Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)  A large number of women (30 to 70 per cent) experience premenstrual symptoms even though they do not have Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder or what most people refer to as PMS (Pre-Menstrual Syndrome). Approximately four to nine per cent experience Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder. Even though premenstrual women may … Continue reading

Relationships

A Look in the Mirror

Take a look in the mirror because the most common reasons relationships go wrong are centered in these self defeating habits. Jumping to conclusions: making assumptions about a person or situation, with little or no evidence to back it up. Personalizing: assuming blame for problems or situations for which you are not primarily responsible. Externalizing: … Continue reading