Starting a new habit or lifestyle, sticking to it for a few days, then slacking and finally giving up is a familiar experience for all of us. I remember not deciding on New Year Resolutions for a couple of years because I wasn’t going to stick to them anyway. But the thing about wanting to improve in life is that our belief systems keep changing. So did mine! I still haven’t formed a routine. But I have made progress. This post is for those like me, who find it extremely difficult to form habits and give up thinking you haven’t made/can’t make any progress.
It isn’t about social media alone. If you are spending too much time on an App without getting any value from it, it is high time that you ask if it is really worth your time. If it isn’t, take a ten day detox and evaluate how you could spend your time more productively.
We strive to achieve equality in many ways, in many areas in our lives. And it is when we strive to achieve equality that we begin to keep scores, we strive for perfection and seek to take revenge. I’d like two discuss two areas here:
This is the 7th and the last post of the series of posts I wrote on Self Development. I have started with simple and
Many of us do not fully love ourselves due to body shaming and self doubts. Here is how to love yourself for a better life 🙂
We are the shadows of the people around us. Our thoughts, actions, and behavioral patterns are reflections of our parents, teachers, and friends. People play
When a farmer tends to his crops, he prevents the growth of weed and uproots them if any. Else, it hinders the growth of his crops. It is the same with Self Development. We need to detoxify ourselves – mentally & physically – so that we grow without any hindrances.
I have always wanted to make waking up early, exercising, meditating and eating healthy an integral part of my life. I am sure most of