Our environment has a lot to do with our mental health. By making your home a more relaxing and pleasing place to be you can reduce stress and create a happier life for yourself and the people who live with you.
Millennials are constantly being bombarded with expectations and standards that we aren’t meeting, and we care about that negative perception of us, so we place pressure on ourselves to be absolutely everything. But by doing this, we’re making ourselves sick and miserable.
It’s time to cut the shit. I’m talking to myself and I’m talking to you. Everyone needs a tough love pep-talk every-so-often. So, here it is. The following five things are what I need to hear every single day of my life in order to calm down and just fucking live.
The Internet is amazing. Anything we want to know is a few seconds away, but it is difficult to know what is good information and what is not. As a twenty-something, I have a lot of questions and I have a lot of stress. Within the last year, I have been turning to a few […]
I’m very good at getting ahead of myself. I’ve found that it is easier to notice that you have not been present than noticing that you are not present. Perhaps this is the learning curve. Whatever the reason, my life flows when I am being present. When I am appreciating what I have, what is happening to me and around me my life seems to fall into place better than I could have wished for. It’s when I try to seize control that it slips away from me.
Loving everything about yourself and quite frankly it doesn’t have a lot to do with what people think of you. I don’t want to burst anyone’s bubble but you will likely never reach a moment of complete and overwhelming love with yourself. You might be content if you’re lucky, and that is okay.