When we are faced with big decisions in our lives, it can be almost paralyzing. The following lessons I learned from a friend/coach and my therapist have greatly reduced my decision stress. Maybe they work for you, too.
We all have a bit of a control freak inside of us. It just takes the right circumstances for our brain to shift to that mode, and then the result is often outside of our control as well, at least outside of our deliberate choices…
An intense session at the therapist’s office lead me to a walk in the central cemetery of Bruges, the oldest one in the country. Here’s where my eyes and mind went in the mean time…
Stormy weather has a way of pushing the pause button: schools close, we stay inside and keep windows and doors shut. How does our behaviour during an actual storm match what we do during a figurative storm? And what happens after?
Some things we seem to put off for no apparent reason. It’s like they slip our mind over and over again, and yet, we also keep running into them. Confusing? Yeah, I thought so.
Somehow the plants around us seemed to adjust to a wet summer much better than we did. What can we learn from them?
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.
Do you know exactly what your one true passion in life is? Do you feel like your life will be incomplete until you’ve found it? Perhaps you don’t really need that one true calling…
Sometimes you hear an idea calling out to you, want to see what it could mean to you, feel an urge to follow something new. Don’t hesitate, just do!
Why is it so hard to show yourself, as you truly are? What does that fear of vulnerability lead to in your life? And is it possible to move beyond it?