We become satisfied and seek validation about our decisions on life by asking other peoples opinions about it. As individuals, we don’t want to hear the opposite of what we want to do from others. We also influence the other person to say what we WANT to hear whether it is the worse thing. We hold back on something we want to do whether it is in public or private because We’re concerned about what others think. Why do we do this and what is the purpose? Read more.
It’s a fresh page of the 2019 book. The day before the new year is a considerable time to re-evaluate our life. It is the duration to put what we have learned prior to the new year to learn bigger and better aspects of life. What are our resolutions? Did we make them on the day of New Years? Did we make them before ringing in the new year? Are we in a situation where we don’t have any new year resolutions? Granted that resolutions are set, amazing, motivate the mind to achieve it. Suppose resolutions are not set, ask ourselves this one question. What is the one thing I want for myself? Read More
All relationships are affected by the skills, attitudes, and behaviors each individual brings. Before a relationship’ succeeds, we need to ensure we are aware of our own issues. For example, if we know we lack self-confidence, this might need addressing so that we don’t become passive when faced with inevitable relationship conflicts. It’s normal for human beings to have strengths and weakness. Recognizing this and taking steps in self-development can make a world of difference to our relationships. Many people define relationships in various ways. But, in order for a relationship to succeed it needs a few key ingredients. Read more.
Humans are social animals. We crave for support, value, and connection. A bond occurs during a heart to heart conversations where one discusses life to another. Connection happens when we feel comfortable talking about life to the other person because they are listening to our conversation making us feel valued. Whether it be a difference in age, religion or interest, we all can connect to one another and it’s a beautiful feeling one can feel. Read more.
We all know to be constantly doing everything during every second of the day can be stressful to the body. Though, realizing that we are occupied throughout the day is a blessing in disguise. Many of us seek for free days from work, school, or watching our kids, which are very reasonable. We even start counting days to the next holiday, which is also reasonable. Observe how you feel when you get tasks done on time. Do you feel accomplished or stressed? Being a hustler will remind you to be grateful of the opportunities and values we are being exposed to. Read more.
It’s a super cliché statement to say. We’ve might’ve heard it in movies or in conversations we’ve had with our friends. We’ve all have seen people using their words and not following through with what was said. If we’re are not going to do anything about it or follow through with what we verbally spoke, then are we just saying it to make the person happy or even make us feel satisfied? Growing older, this idiom really struck my attention. It brought a real meaning and made me realize who was reciprocating the same vibe in which I was giving out. Read more.
We’re all very busy. Our tight schedule tends to get very repetitive. Whether we’re working, a stay at home parent, or a full-time student. It’s incredibly important to take time off for ourselves. We hear plenty of people stating that they don’t have 10 minutes out of their time to freshen up. Only to find that the person had plenty of time, maybe putting other people’s happiness or plans first and not prioritizing themselves wisely. We push aside our alone time when we become exhausted from our day. Stepping away from the normal routine to refresh the body will motivate the soul to push through the week. Read more.
We may witness everyone’s life to be blossoming as a beautiful flower. We all seem to know what people want to do in life. Yet, we feel we’re still in the same place. It doesn’t seem like the universe is listening to what we want. We feel like giving everything up, or believing in the universe. Well, mostly giving up. Remember it’s going to be ok and to go with the flow. The best things come when it is least expected. Read More
A question to think of: why don’t people step out of their comfort zone? As human beings we crave for more of the natural habits and comfort we are known for doing. We’re used to the same routine, know our stance in a place, and know our belonging in life. People don’t like to step out of their comfort zone because of change. When we change, it comes with discomfort. With discomfort it comes with self-doubt. With self-doubt it turns to fear. When fear roams, we go back to our normal routine. Continue to read more.
We live in a country where we are friends with beautiful multi-cultured men and women. Our hearts can’t do anything but fall in love with someone who is from a different culture. And that is ok. When you are millennial, it is quite difficult to date someone within your own culture because we are in a generation where we love to explore and be different. Relationships itself will have its difficulties, but when there is a different nation mixed in, that’s a whole other story. Here are some of my advice on dating someone outside of your culture.
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