You wake up one morning and just aren’t feeling it. You drag through the day, and then the week, and then the month. “This isn’t like me,” you think, and then it hits you: You’re feeling stuck.
Stuck in a job you hate. Stuck in an endless existence of drudgery and boredom. Stuck in a bad relationship. Just, stuck.
And, you may be thinking to yourself, why am I stuck? WHY can’t I break free and live the life I want to live?
Fortunately, today I’m offering a breakdown of the four most common reasons people find themselves feeling stuck in life, and what you can do to break free.
This week, I’m over at The Mindful Girl sharing three of my favorite mood-boosting exercise moves that can be done in just a matter of minutes. Even better? These moves require no equipment and very little space!
There are no quick fixes for chronic unhappiness.
That may sound odd coming from a self-development blogger, but it’s a harsh reality that we all must face at some point in our lives.
If you’re in a bit of a funk, however, there are a few things you can do to improve your mood right this instant and go from down-in-the-dumps to content and satisfied.
When I first started college 4 years ago, I became absolutely obsessed with finding the perfect morning routine.
While I now know that perfect is an impossible standard to live by, I’ve still managed to learn a lot and create a great morning routine that works for me.
So, to help you on your journey to finding the morning routine that’s right for you, I’ve created a list of 17 different ways you can make the most of your mornings. Not every tip will work for you — and that’s okay! — but if you take the tips you like and put them into action, I know that you can create a morning routine that you’ll love!
One needn’t be Buddhist to appreciate the wisdom that His Holiness The Dalai Lama has gained over his lifetime.
These 12 quotes directly from The Dalai Lama will lead you to reflect upon your life goals, attitude, friendships, and love life.
“I work best under pressure.”
I can’t tell you how many times those words have passed my lips, but I can tell you that I’d been saying those words for years believing it was just a quirk of my personality.
But, after far too many coffee-fueled late night study and work sessions, I can tell you one thing with 100% certainty: I don’t work better under pressure, and procrastination is a real problem that can cause unnecessary stress. Read More
Having a bad day every now and again is part of the human experience, but no matter how crummy you day has started out, there are always things you can do to turn it around. Read More