If you are not someone who has ever enjoyed exercise, I completely understand that you may wonder how this could possibly improve your happiness, but research has proven that individuals who work out once a week or for as little as 10 minutes a day tend to be happier and more cheerful than those who don’t exercise. It’s science!
The possibility’s that come with positivity are endless. Once you are able to shift your thoughts and outlook on life you will find yourself acting and reacting differently to situations, which creates more opportunities, more prosperity, and a much happier life for yourself. It is a simple fact that ‘You are a better you when you are positive, strong and happy’.
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':
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!
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.
It's normal to feel anxious from time to time, and it's important to know the distinction of that and having and anxiety disorder. I have personally never suffered from any type of anxiety disorder, but I have friends and family who do, and therefore have seen first-hand how debilitating and life altering it can be. I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. In quite the contrast, those close to me tend to describe me as emotionally ‘put together’ and ‘self-assured’ and to a certain extent I am, BUT, I am not completely immune.
The ‘Impostinator’ is the type of procrastinator that ‘seems’ productive by making themselves busy all the time. As I said earlier, no one at work or at home would ever question my productivity as I have always found ways to make myself seem busy, even when doing absolutely nothing.
Warning: This blog may contain strong or offensive language*sorry* I apologise in advance if this is more of a rant than my normal ‘pleasant’ posts, but this is an issue that really gets under my skin. Maybe I am being over sensitive but I find this question inappropriate and invasive. We have been married no more... Continue Reading →