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?
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?
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?
When you’re confronted with a difficult moment, it calls on you to show who you really want to be. You show this, through your response. Not the one your emotions force you to make, but the deliberate one you decide on for yourself.
How are we formed as persons throughout our lives? Do we shape ourselves out of nothing or leave bits behind to reveal our true selves?
We carry different parts of ourselves with us wherever we go. These roles play out in different situations, sometimes being helpful, sometimes not so much. But did you know we can talk to them as well?
How can you make the best use of your time, and your money, when going to a coach or therapist? Do you have any say in the matter?
Self-love is a hot topic and has been for years. But what does it really mean to love yourself? And what signs can you see along the way that show you are on the right track? Here’s my humble tuppenceworth on the issue.
When I started running, I suddenly found that my normal way of breathing was in no way sufficient to sustain my body in motion. And maybe, it wasn’t sufficient for any of the other times either.
I always loved coffee, and then I loved to hate it, and then I hated loving it, and then it got rather complicated. For those who want to know the details, here’s the full story.