When I can’t focus, my habitual conditioning is to “try harder” to reign it in. I’ve learned that this doesn’t work. It may seem counterintuitive, but zoning out is often the best way to hone in.
Before and after stories have a magnetic quality to them, reeling us in with the promise of transformation. But they can also harm us in significant ways.
Decluttering guru Marie Kondo is giving up on tidying up, and the internet is taking it personally. Here’s what’s really going on.
It’s tempting to source confidence in our biggest wins and achievements. But achievement is a double-edged sword and this approach can come back to bite us.
When it comes to verbal and emotional abuse, especially within a family unit, there are no innocent bystanders. Silence is complicity.
You don’t have to wait for life to give you magic. You can create your own.
When it comes to keeping up your daily practice, it’s easy to find excuses. It’s equally as easy to find solutions, if you want them.