Many people ask me why I love waking up early in the morning and how to become a morning person.
Good evening everyone, I would like to let you into my life. Because I am just over 6’8 and still growing. I would like to let you in on the day to day struggles that come with being so big. Now I know it has been talked about before, in shows and documentaries of famous giants, such as Andre the Giant. But I would like to take it from a different angle. The angle is of someone who wasn’t supposed to be a giant. I find this to be unique, as those who are big their whole life tends to take certain paths in life, like being athletes. For example, the biggest success stories are of those who had a problem, like being big, and made it a positive. They would often do this by finding things that suit their conditions. This brings them money and fame letting them live a more comfortable life. Most people who watch these stories don’t get the full feeling of what it is like to deal with the size and no money.
Wow isn't this the perfect month to contribute to our environment and ecosystem. Of course it is along with every other month as well. This month though is all about being plastic free and I myself am joining the challenge. With that being said what exactly is Plastic Free July? Well Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps people be apart of the solution to our world being free of plastic pollution. This movement was created by Rebecca Prince-Ruiz the founder of Plastic Free Foundation in 2011 to spread awareness of reducing plastic and creating a world plastic free.
It might be an understatement to say this year has seen some difficult times. Turmoil in the world is all the more reason to turn your attention inward and focus on your own health. Taking steps to improve your health can help reduce stress, boost your immune system and ease everyday aches and pains. So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and make 2020 your healthiest year yet.
The Coronavirus may have thrown a wrench in my summer plans for 2020, and let’s be real, even my long term plans have seemingly have gone up in smoke… but I still want to make the most of it. Time doesn’t wait for anyone.
Well, it is about time we all try to get back some normalcy in our life as society and most countries go back to work, school and living after 3 months of restriction and stress.
This near-global lockdown is stressful for everyone, but for those stuck at home it can be doubly frustrating; there's nothing worse than being told that the best thing you can do to help is nothing. For those who are unused to regulating their own time, periods like these can quickly become a quagmire of daytime TV, snacks, and pyjamas. There's nothing wrong with that, of course, but some people do need routine. If you're one of those people who just needs to have a bit of structure, or if you're determined to self-improve during the lockdown, a routine is important. Of course, a solid routine is beneficial in everyday life, too!
I've tried both. When I primarily exercised at home, I spent about 45 minutes a day doing general cardio exercises. Sometimes, I followed work-at-home instructional videos. Occasionally, I went walking or jogging outdoors at various walking trails. When I exercised at home, it was effective to a certain extent. I didn't have the chance to utilize elaborate equipment that would allow me to focus on specific areas of the body. However, just performing basic cardio routines on a regular basis helped me reach my goals in an adequate time frame. On the days that I went jogging outdoors, I was definitely able to get my heart rate up and reach my fitness goals as well.
Now, it’s no secret that wealthy professionals have certain characteristics and habits that make them successful. This means they don’t spend their evenings watching back-to-back Netflix shows, or splurging whatever is left of their income after bills on takeaways or luxury items. Successful professionals are generally successful because they follow healthy and productive routines which work in harmony with their entrepreneurial lifestyle. Follow these 7 tips if you want to improve your productivity, lead a healthier lifestyle, or live like an entrepreneur to see what it takes!
My counselor always talks to me about the things I can control. That is the foundation of trauma healing. I am building my own confidence and discovering my own self-worth through the things that I can control in my life. It is through that confidence that I can manage the moments that I can't.
I have always been a big fan of schedules/routines/planning. Part of the reason is that I am not a (naturally) organized person. One of the biggest misconception around is that schedule and planning is for naturally organized people. Truth is such tools and practice are most beneficial to people naturally… less organized (I am part of this category).