For many people, stress is a major feature of daily life. We all know that the experience of prolonged stress is unpleasant, and bad for our health, but it can be difficult to reduce stress while still engaging fully in the modern world.
We all have days where we feel uninspired and unmotivated. Maybe you’re pushing yourself too hard to get everything done within a certain time frame which causes you to burn out.
Solo travel as a woman can be incredibly empowering. It can make you rethink the way you have been told about the world, and it enhances all of your natural abilities to navigate new experiences.
Listening is an inherent component of any act of communication. We listen to voicemails, take in an employer’s feedback, and note what a partner has to say in an argument.
I had my first anxiety attack when I was in my late 20s. I felt breathless, my arms and legs tingled, and I had the strangest sensation to run, yet I was paralyzed in fear.
“I hate drama,” you always say, and then somehow, the dang Drama Llama finds you and prances its maniacally majestic way into your life with its feathered boa dipped in the sweat of your anxiety.
Do you ever use terrible moments of life to catapult you into awesomeness? One of my habits of happiness as I call it, is to use bad moments as inspiration and motivation for becoming more of my awesome self.
Empowerment is more than simply feeling powerful or confident. True empowerment is pure validation, a state of being in which we recognize and celebrate our own wild potential.
Young people today have a knack for traveling. I have a close friend from college who will soon successfully complete her 30 countries before 30 personal challenge.