Many times, we allow our minds to go to the worst case scenario and end up needlessly worrying over potentially nothing. This wastes valuable time and energy that we can be using for other things. We need to recognize when we are over-thinking things and get back to a rational state of mind. This isn’t to say we shouldn’t spend the time researching and understanding what is going on. But rather to gather all of the valid information we can and then go from there.
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UB Hawthorn presents Ready For The Real Answers? posted at The Mindful Word saying, meaning shows up not when you really want it, but when you’re ready for it. It doesn’t matter how busy you are, coming to a deeper understanding of life stems from a deep yearning to know and make sense of your existence.
Paige Carter presents Meaning in the Mediocre posted at Paigerific saying, Just Monday I was challenging everyone to seize the day, and its only Thursday and I’m already talking about the mediocre. Because, well that’s life.
Diane Mottl, MSW presents The Lion in the Mirror… posted at Being Truly Present saying, are you in the habit of selling yourself short? Others are quick to see what makes you special, but its hard for you to see?
Sandwich presents Be the Hero of Your Own Story posted at The Big Circle – Creative living aboard the SV Hanuman saying, there are clues everywhere. The clues are left for you to find by those who have earned the right to share the story – perhaps a great filmmaker, author, or a grandparent. This story can’t be told directly. Only through hints, analogies, and examples is the critical information received.
Tim presents How to Find Time to Exercise with a Busy Schedule posted at Fitness for Professionals saying, I know it sometimes feels like you have no time to get anything done. I’m right there with you. I work a full-time engineering job that occasionally requires me to work shifts and long hours. Tack on balancing a life at home, time spent with friends and family, and other things we need to do, and it can seem impossible to find time to exercise.
MappingTheTerritory presents How To Set Goals The Smart Way posted at MappingTheTerritory saying, setting goals can be a difficult task. Trust me when I say I too have been on the front lines, battling the unhealthy demons of complacency and procrastination.
Lully presents How to Calm Down from Anxiety and Panic Attacks and Live a Peaceful Life posted at The Miracle Forest saying, life, for those of us who suffer from anxiety and panic attacks, can seem very hard sometimes. It can feel like an endless black hole from which we will never get out of.
Sue Anne Dunlevie presents 5 Simple Relaxation Exercises To Feel Better posted at Stress Management Decoded saying, in this complex world, sometimes the best way to feel better is by using simple relaxation exercises.
Luke Jones presents 40 Ways to Deal With Stress posted at Health Room Blog saying, we’re all aware that chronic stress is not great for our health, yet in the modern world it can often feel impossible to avoid. We’re constantly surrounded by a seemingly inescapable mass of unnatural stressful events.