It is not normally advised to flee from any situation. It is a sign of weakness, a sign of giving up and in many circumstances the worst way to deal with the issue. No one will advise running from your life responsibilities or running from your problems, it is always best to deal with things HEAD ON. However, I have learnt over the years that there are times you can and SHOULD make a polite exit and avoid if at all possible. Below are 5 of the things you should 'Cut and Run':
This is a public services announcement: A New Wave of FOMO is fast approaching due to the increase of activity on social media over the Festive Season
If you have been given the responsibility to plan the work Christmas party – don’t fret, it doesn’t need to be as stressful as it sounds. When I first started working full time I was an Office Manager – which always meant the task of planning any work events fell at my feet. If you have read my post on ‘things that make me anxious’ you may remember that event planning is one of them. Hence, this specific task was not my favourite.
We’ve all done it, probably more than once in our lives and more than likely in our younger years, when our emotional maturity hasn’t quite peaked and those first flutters of love make everything else in the world seem unimportant.
If I was ever made to choose one quote to represent everything I believe to be important and true in our lives it would be this one. I love it. It is simple and self-explanatory. It is basically the modern day 10 commandments. If you live your life by these basic principles you can’t go morally wrong and will ultimately live a happier, fuller and much more successful life!
Life is an echo. What you send out comes back. What you sow you reap. What you give you get. What you see in others exists in you. Regardless of who you are or what you do, if you are looking for the best way to reap the most reward in all areas of life, you should look for the good in every person and in every situation and adopt the golden rule as a way of life. Zig Ziglar
Stress is unavoidable. At some point in all of our lives, we feel stressed. Not only is this normal it is also, at certain times, important. Stress is key to our survival as humans, and plays an important part in our warning system, producing the fight-or-flight response. You may have found that some moments of stress can be beneficial and motivating; however, if left to fester, it can lead to anxiety and health problems.