Monthly Archives: December 2013

How To Reject Rejection

I am no exception. I feared rejection just as much as the next person. Yet, this was a major problem for me. I was in one of the worst possible fields to have a fear of rejection. Why? Well, I was a writer. Continue reading

Is Balance the New Happy?

We spend much of our lives focusing upon getting happy. We pursue happiness like it is a destination on a map that we need to reach before sundown. What is happiness? Will this endless pursuit result in happiness? Continue reading

motivation, self improvement

7 Things To Ask Yourself To Truly Wake Up In Life

Wanting to follow your hearts, much less lead the life we can wake up happy to everyday has become an elusive luxury.

But this post isn’t about passion, following your heart and the whole deal.

It’s about waking up by asking yourself the right questions. Continue reading

self esteem, positivity

How to be Less Sensitive and More Positive

Often times, emotional reactions, whether freaking out or crying inside, is a fruit of a long-delayed set of incidents that have not been addressed emotionally and ends up filled up to the brim and leads us to bursts of strong feelings. Continue reading

Immediate Happiness

5 Simple Steps To Immediate Happiness

But, what is happiness anyway? Most people don’t seem to have much of an idea. Are you happy? Many people I ask this question answer something like: “I don’t know, I guess I’m fine…” Continue reading

How To Be More Present With Your Family in 3 Steps

Finally, you should define the time when you do your work. This ensures that others know at what time you are in a work mode and when you shouldn’t be disturbed.

With these steps, you can clear up the confusion, focus on your work, and also be fully
present with your family when you are not working. Continue reading