I know to survive, I need to have water, food, shelter, warmth and to be able to BREATHE. I don't find managing these 5 aspects of my life all too challenging, I'll be honest, not anymore. However, I feel sorry for those people who find one or more of these aspects challenging. Those people who … Continue reading Survival instincts
They say you can maintain a clear mind for only a few seconds before it starts becoming busy again, but it’s those few seconds that can make the biggest difference to your day. It’s a skill that’s not new, but it’s a skill that many people have forgotten, or never even learnt. I was in … Continue reading The clear mind
Disclaimer: Eating well, regularly exercising, and being obsessively clean will not stop all illnesses, sometimes, it’s just not your day. Grab a tissue, stay inside and wait for it to blow over. So there’s isn’t a perfect answer for the question ‘How to avoid getting ill’ but I do believe that there are things we … Continue reading How to avoid getting ill in 2020
Relaxing means doing a minimal amount of things so your brain and body can chill out. Nowadays I feel like products and services are designed to distract us from relaxing. Distractions are ever-present and in 2020, there are more distractions than ever! Phones, TVs, gaming, Netflix, all of these are so easily accessible to us … Continue reading How to relax in 2020
I suppose I need to explain what comfortable means to me. Comfortable, to me, means having a warm place to live, food on the table, running water and...that’s about it. Advancements in technology have helped us become more comfortable by making the above 3 things easier to manage, thanks industrial revolution. Because they are now … Continue reading Are we too comfortable?
More often I found myself living life on auto-pilot and not noticing how I was reacting to the things going on around me. I would subconsciously react with words and emotions that I wasn’t in control of. My mind was either too busy in the past or the future, to notice what was going on … Continue reading Subconscious Living
Have you ever been a part of a conversation, where someone has said something to you that you had not quite grasped the meaning of? Yes? Let me guess what happened next. You thought about it for a moment, you take each word from the sentence to understand its literal meaning. But then you remember … Continue reading What’s In The Stew?