If you look at movies or tv-shows these days, it seems that most first dates end between the sheets. If it’s true love, that is. But traditionally, building a relationships goes a lot slower, and there are good reasons why.
We get taught an awful lot, implicitly and sometimes explicitly, about what we’re supposed to love and hate about ourselves. Until we decide we no longer buy it. Until we decide we can just love it all!
What kind of things do you usually say to yourself? We often repeat the same thoughts every day, but which ones do you really WANT to repeat? Here are 9 things you can repeat to yourself on a daily basis to feel happy, grounded and grateful.
What do you want? I mean, really want? And how can you have the things you really, really want? Here’s a short, 10-minute exercise to spark the flame.
What is there to enjoy in this present moment? What’s stopping you from having fun? And how can you try to silence that sense of wanting control?
I went to a Waldorf school for my first 16 years of schooling. These schools are quite out there when it comes to lesson content and curriculum, but I am really grateful for the way it shaped me, and here’s 10 reasons why.
A full year has passed since my first blog post. In the process, I’ve learned quite a bit about this particular work. Here are 10 insights I want to share with you.
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?
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…
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?