Laughing At Ourselves

Laughing at Ourselves Laughter is a natural way to relieve stress and feel better. Not only does it release endorphins, but laughter helps you loosen up when things go wrong. Plus, seeing your mistakes as funny creates an open space for personal growth where we can learn from our shortcomings without feeling embarrassed or frustratedContinue reading “Laughing At Ourselves”

The Positive Side Of Smiling

Smiling is a natural reflex that we all do. It’s something that can’t be helped. When you think about it, smiling has many benefits. Smiling releases endorphins, serotonin, and other painkillers in the body, making us feel good while also making others around us smile. For these reasons, there are plenty of great reasons toContinue reading “The Positive Side Of Smiling”

Growth: A Continual Process

It’s not easy to grow. It takes time and effort. If you aren’t consistently working on making yourself emotionally stronger or better, you are likely to become stagnant – personally, professionally, and spiritually. But, hey it does not have to be this way! When we decide to have a plan for our personal growth, we’llContinue reading “Growth: A Continual Process”

Rewarding Relationship Keys

What are the keys to a successful relationship? I often ask myself as I constantly look to better myself and all the relationships that I have. Some of these relationships may be romantic, work-related, or casual. However, regardless of the type of relationship you have in mind, there are specific characteristics shared by all successfulContinue reading “Rewarding Relationship Keys”

Developing an Appreciation for Exercise

When you are are exercising does it feel like a daily chore given to you by your parents.? Or do you genuinely like exercising? If when you think about how tired you feel and you absolutely dont want to get off the couch and move, then it may be time to switch things up.  WithContinue reading “Developing an Appreciation for Exercise”

Procrastination: The Silent Killer

Procrastination is the silent killer of dreams. We put things off and then put them off some more when we know we need to get them done. We allow ourselves to get further behind, knowing that the outcome will not be suitable for us. We either miss what needed to be done or spend hoursContinue reading “Procrastination: The Silent Killer”

It’s Half Fixed, But The Other Half Is Up To US

We are not born a blank slate. We have genetic predispositions, environmental factors, and life experiences that shape who we become. That being said, science suggests that about 50% of what we consider to be “us” is malleable. Focus on the 50% because even if half of who we are is carved in stone, theContinue reading “It’s Half Fixed, But The Other Half Is Up To US”