My S.O. having left me for a humanitarian trip of 3 weeks to the other side of the world (more to come later) and my holidays not being planned for another week, I had to remember how to be alone for 10 days. Lonely however I certainly did not feel, in fact the amount of things I was able to slip in just a few days made me think that I should probably make more time just for myself on a regular base. Continue reading “Week 27 – Readings of the month (on Life, Love, Apocalypse and creating a low budget Startup)”
This week I finished reading You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life, which is only one of the many books I received from Amazon during these last months and which I presented in the Week 6 – Readings of the Week, from how to be a Badass to Discovering Hygge post. Continue reading “Week 17 – You are a BadAss”
The mistake I do not want to repeat this year is to put too much pressure on myself with projects about being rich and always be doing something important. I also cannot behave as I used to just a few months back: always being at home, resting, watching TV, reading or studying. The more activities you engage in, the more you want to be active, and this is exactly what I am feeling at the moment and how I have felt for the past 6 months. Continue reading “Week 16 – The week I did not stay at home”
Here are two posts from blogger and PhD student in Organizational Psychology Benjamin P. Hardy that really inspired me today. The first is about 10 simple behaviors that will bring happiness to your daily life and the second, resulting from the former, suggests 8 ideas for a morning routine. I am adopting at least 3 of them!