You think you’ve finally dealt with an issue, and then, out of the blue, you find yourself right back where you were 3 years ago, facing the same thoughts and feelings, acting in the same irrational way. Sounds familiar?
Most of us have stuff in our house we don’t really use. We all think we will sell it or donate it one day, and yet that day never seems to roll around. Why do we put this off? Why is it so hard to get rid of your old stuff?
How often do you still play? I don’t mean go on istagram or watch tv, but activily doing something that has no useful goal. The only purpose you have is to enjoy yourself, enjoy life.
In life, we can often choose between the efficient way or the scenic route. This is a plea for the latter, with reasons why and some examples how.
Trying to be of service to the world seems tricky when there are just so many responsibilities. I can’t seem to get to the big things. Perhaps I can just start small…
What does it mean to be different? To stand out? How does it impact your life? What are the downsides, and are there any benefits?
I thought I was doing someone a favour by greeting them. I felt really great about my own generosity. But what if I really had things turned upside down?
During our lifetime, we make a lot of promises, to others, but also to ourselves. What happens with those promises you keep, and with the ones you don’t keep? What’s the impact of breaking your own promises to yourself?
It’s been a year since the start of the lockdown here. A strange year, for sure, but also an interesting one in many ways. Here are 8 lessons I take away from a year of Corona. Which ones resonate with you?
Sometimes we meet a potential partner who ticks all the boxes, and yet we feel there’s that ‘something’ missing. You know, the ‘something’ of which we all know exactly what it is. But do we really?