I used to be the person who gets surprised by how quickly the time is passing by. I had been wanting to follow my passion all week, and yet, it’s Friday again. I would have more time over the weekend, so I thought, and then Monday morning I swear that it would happen the next week for sure. Busy being busy, I used to postpone to act upon my inspiration until a point when it became silent and got gently washed away by my distracted brain waves like drawings in the sand on the seashore. Continue reading “How My Mind Learnt to Sense Time in Slow-Motion in 66 Days”
When I grew up they told me that putting myself first is selfish. I was taught that making myself happy and keeping my own needs a priority is wrong and I should help others first and think about how to make them happy. That shame be upon me if I focus on myself too much and that guilt is the basis of a healthy conscience. Unfortunately, there were too many people around me trying to push their way through in this broken system so I thought this is the way to live and there must be some kind of error with me. Continue reading “The Right to Put YOUR Happiness First”
Meditation, mindfulness, lucid dreaming – these are some of the things you have probably heard about if you are into personal growth and self-development. However, thinkitation is something that has not become a buzzword yet, but perhaps is the next big mind-hack out there. It might sound outrageous at first to meditation practitioners who struggle to keep their mind still, but it is actually a different concept that doesn’t interfere with meditation. Continue reading “Is thinkitating the new meditating?”
I am the kind of person who enjoys writing strategies and planning projects well in advance. I start writing a shopping list before any of the items get over in my household and things keep me up at night that I have to tackle next week. I got used to always knowing what would happen and to keep things under control. I have a scenario for every possibility before I receive an answer for my question and the bag I carry with myself can beat a first aid kit.
If any of these things sound familiar to you, we are in the same shoes, my friend, so keep reading… Continue reading “The Trouble with Being a Great Planner”