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Live Better, Not Faster: How to Adopt the 5 Characteristics of Slow Living
Our lives have been speeding up. Hustle culture has become a norm, and busyness has become synonymous with importance, and personal value. We’ve been told that time is scarce, and if we don’t move fast we’ll miss it. Slow living challenges this mindset and helps us reengage and remove ourselves from living on autopilot. It takes the view that time is precious, so if we want to savor it we need to slow down.
Listening to My Body
Listening to my body and working with it has been a work in progress for a long time and probably will be one of those skills that always will be. I have learned a lot along the way and continue to grow and become more comfortable with practice and the benefits do payoff.
6 Scientifically Proven Ways to Lose Belly Fat part 1#
A frequent weight loss aim is to lose abdominal fat, also known as belly fat. The sort of abdominal fat that is particularly dangerous is called visceral fat. There are strong linkages between disorders like type 2 diabetes and heart disease, according to research.
New Year Calm
Tension courses through my veins as I listen to another report about deaths and infection cases. The media always in my ear, always assaulting my senses with the fear of this deadly virus.
Ways To Fit Exercise Into Your Busy Life
The simple truth is that everyone is busy. Not only do they put a full day in at work, they also have plenty that needs to be done at home. They may be in charge of meals, including packing lunches, as well as keeping up with the cleaning and laundry.
New Years Goals...Can you achieve them?
Have you set your New Year goals or established your resolutions yet. At the stroke of 12 on January 1st, approximately 95% of the world was setting goals and making resolutions in black and white. It has only been 13 days since those heartfelt proclamations were made and you are wondering how will I achieve all these goals? Or you may be thinking I have already fallen short on my goals, how can I get back on track?
I have been a lucky racehorse for almost my entire life. constantly being conditioned to endure more and more. while assuming it equates to strength, focus, and success. Being a lucky racehorse goes deeper than being the winner. I realized that I haven’t been lucky at all; that's just how others perceive it when they benefit from my winnings. People rely on me more than I rely on myself. Every race isn't the same and how I execute the race changes each time.
Do you know your toothbrush?
On average, an American individual will change their toothbrush every six months. However, it's recommended to change them every two-three months. The reasons you should change your toothbrush periodically are because the bristles become less effective, and they can store around 100 million germs over time. In this article, you'll learn how to care for your toothbrush and how to avoid being wasteful when switching an old one out for a new one.
I was born tired. Now I live to rest.
"What is my favourite time of the day?" “Bedtime, of course!” I am a long sleeper. Always was. When I was a teenager, my mother just could not wake me up in time to go to school. Don’t get me wrong, I loved going to school — I just could not and would not wake up on time.
The 15 Steps to Becoming a Super Brain
The best way to get a good night's sleep, study more effectively and use less energy is all about improving your brain. The 15 step process will show you what steps to take in order of importance and how you can use them in your daily life.
5 Ways to Prioritize Your Mental Health in the Remote Workplace
First of all, learn how to put your mental health first in the workplace. As we all know, work-life balance is a cycle, not an achievement. Here are my top 5 steps to prioritize mental health, especially at the remote workplace.
I found my power.
I know the challenge asks for a person and there have been plenty of influential souls in my life. Some of those souls were close to me and others felt like distant relatives.