Staying motivated can be difficult when you juggle a lot of responsibilities. As a working woman, student, or mom trying to conquer every aspect of life can be difficult to balance. Add in your personal dreams and ambitions and you may find yourself a little overwhelmed. Staying motivated to achieve your goals can be tough.
Did you know that a third of Americans have never interacted with their neighbors? Couple that with last year’s quarantine and social distancing and there are a lot of us who don’t know who we live next to. However, getting to know your neighbors, whether it’s the person who lives next door or more generally – in the neighborhood – can have many mental, physical, and emotional benefits.
Do you really need a Monday? A new month? A New Year? Most people choose any of these moments to start a diet or get fit or make commitments to their health. Achieving a healthy lifestyle needs your commitment, but you only need to say that you’re committed to it – you don’t need a specific day.
Regret is an emotion that we tend to hide from, but ignoring it can often cause more harm than good. When faced head-on, most things we regret can be fixed. You can remove unwanted tattoos, apologize for saying the wrong things, and even fix arguments with friends, but what about the ones that aren’t so easy to fix.
Contrary to your Instagram feed, creating a life that you love doesn’t require spending a lot of money or becoming someone that you’re not. It’s being authentic and true to what you love and enjoy. Embracing who you are and surrounding yourself with people and things that bring you joy will have you walking on cloud 9.
Big life decisions are impactful and can often shape how life plays out and who we become. There’s no way to escape making difficult decisions but you can plan and prepare for them. Here are a few things you should know about making hard decisions.
We often don’t equate how they take care of themselves to career performance, But your health and well-being are very important to your ability to be successful. If you’re not healthy, you can’t perform at an optimal level.