If you’ve been feeling stressed out lately, or you’re always suffering a flood of thoughts all night, keeping you from falling asleep, or if you tend to get distracted easily, in this guest post, by Cheryl Tobin, you will learn how meditation can help you eliminate all those things, finding clarity and peace of mind, which in turn will help you become more relaxed, focused, and productive.
How many moments in the span of your day do you wish you could press pause, even for just a moment? I imagine you have, on more than one occasion. So, why don’t you just stop?
Believe it or not, this option is available to you through practicing meditation. And I bet that, over time, doing so will enhance your mental health, restore your energy, and elevate your creative processes.
Our mood and state of mind affect everything in our day. If you’re feeling down or if you’ve ever been stuck in a bad mood, these 13 things can help lift up your mood and take you back to that happy place!
Disclaimer: Please do not take any of the suggestions in this post as a claim for a quick fix to a diagnosed depressive disorder or any other mental illness.
When we are not in a good mood, or rather when we are in a bad mood, it affects everything from our interactions with other people to our productivity and ability to focus. This is why you need to have a backup plan for when things go south, you should have a go-to list of things to help you lift yourself up and get back to work and carry on with your responsibilities.
Sitting for too long is bad for your health. Sitting for too long in the wrong posture is A LOT worse.
Read about the dangers and what you can do to avoid them in this post.
Disclaimer: I am an engineer. I have nothing to do with medicine and I don’t give any medical advice. Thank you.
A post on health might seem like an odd topic to find here given the theme of this blog; however, this topic is directly related to my journey. In fact, the entire thing is dependent on it.
Working on this blog is something I do while sat down. But it’s not just that, almost everything I’m doing, I do while sitting down starring at something, either reading for studies, writing assignments/homework, working on every single job I’ve ever had, watching TV, typing a blog post, researching a topic, or just scrolling through social media pages, etc.
That is a lot of sitting down! And this can be seriously dangerous if you are not paying attention to how long you are doing this and the way you are actually doing it.