It has never been easier in the history of our planet than it is right now to compare every minute detail of yourself and your life to someone else and theirs. Here are 3 ways to kill that comparison hangover and get on with living your best and baddest life.
The tendency to compare ourselves to others is a natural human tendency and there are an infinite number of ways to do it. The truth is, it is one of easiest traps to fall into and one of the toughest habits to break. Comparison can be harmless, sure, but there are side effects. Likely, you have experienced (or are experiencing) many of them first-hand in your life as well.
The ‘your story series’ is a series of posts written by people just like you! They’re a mix of professionals, parents, friends, and passerbys who have written in to share what well-balanced living means to them. If you’d like to write in, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
When was the last time that you took the time to answer questions about yourself? Really, defining what well-balanced living means to you is an exercise in just that; self-awareness. To help you, get started by answering these five simple questions.
In my post ‘What is a well-balanced life?’ I write that mental and emotional well-being influences all aspects of our lives. It can be virtuous, or it can be vicious, and having a healthy mind and a healthy heart is the fuel we need to live a well-balanced life. So, what does living a well-balanced life mean to me?
Blogging turns you into a lot of things; a writer, a photographer, reflector, an experimenter, and a storyteller. In honour of this self-discovery, I’ve decided to start a 30 Day Challenge Series. The challenges will be based on things I want to try, old habits I want to break, or new habits I want to form. Follow along and feel free to join in and leave your own answers in the comments if you like! Let’s do this!
We all have those days where all we want to do is sit in one place and do absolutely nothing because all of the energy has drained from your body. Here are some ways to dust yourself off and motivate yourself to do well.