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8 Ways To Motivate Yourself to Exercise

Motivated behavior is the most successful and painless behavior because you are engaged fully in the task at hand. But how do you motivate yourself you prefer to sit down scrolling lazily, only getting up to grab another ice lolly from the freezer? Having a motivated attitude is half of the challenge in anything, so... Continue Reading →

10 Confidence Wins Your Inner Child Will Love You For

It's important to remember that perfectionism is the enemy of creativity, and at a basic level human beings are creative beings. Everything you experience is created by you, for you! Authenticity is the source of the magic in creation; whether it's a status update or a piece of copywriting. Factors such as stimuli, nutrition, clutter,... Continue Reading →

Why dogs are the best pet to increase quality of life!

The age-old argument of Dogs vs Cats is a redundant one as far as I'm concerned because, in my opinion, dogs are the best! Oftentimes the connection between a human and their dog runs deeper and with more authenticity than with fellow humans Why dogs are the best! The bond between humans and dogs is... Continue Reading →

How to set healthy boundaries and be happy.

It is one of the most important things that we should be doing every day but so many of us don't know how to set healthy boundaries and be happy, without being mean. I'm going to go through setting boundaries in relationships that will allow you to create more happiness for you, and those that... Continue Reading →

How to have a good conversation with an Introvert

There's a rivalry that goeas back eons; the Introverts vs Extroverts. This has been brought into the forefront as a result of them being stuck together in quarantine. Introverts retreat by default so are generally fine with the Social Distancing rules. The biggest lesson about Introverts is that introversion is not a synonym for shyness... Continue Reading →

Hijacking Habits without making life hard!

When people talk of habits it's usually in the context of "I have a a habit of..." and generally speaking, we assume that what we do repeatedly, becomes a habit. In this COVID-19 world my behaviour had changed significantly, prompting me to do some research. Turns out repetition is not needed for a habit to... Continue Reading →

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