taking the time to nourish our souls – the thing that is so hard to define but is so crucial to our wellbeing – is so important in our daily lives
I’ve been on my own personal growth journey for the past couple of years, of course, we’re always learning and growing, but I really homed in on this idea of personal growth a few years ago and since then I’ve been trying my best to stay proactive in my own personal growth journey.
So I posted a blog post earlier this week about the 4 ways yoga helps me and I thought as a continuation of that I’d talk about meditation and the benefits I’ve found it has.
This year, after lockdown’s over, I’ve decided to ditch my comfort zone and here’s why:
Practising yoga in a mindful way has helped me so much. This, along with other changes to my lifestyle such as the food I eat, my meditation practises and journaling and practising gratitude has helped boost my overall wellbeing so much.
As a continuation of my last post, 6 things to do if you’re having a bad day, I thought I’d share a self-care routine with you all, perfect for when you’re not feeling your best.
Bad days happen to all of us at some point and it can be hard to remember that it’s just a bad day, not a bad life. So today I’ve compiled a list of 6 things to do when you’re having a bad day in the hopes that if you’re reading this and you are having a bad day, you’ll be able to turn it round and feel relaxed and at ease.
I wanted to talk a little bit today about journaling and all it’s positive mental health benefits. I’m a huge fan of journaling in general and expressive writing so a post like this is right up my street. Journaling is a great hobby as it’s so inexpensive, all you need is your mind, your imagination, a cheap notebook and a pen. Journaling can also lead to great things, I often find inspiration for poems and prose when I’m writing about my thoughts and feelings in my journal, but it’s great as a standalone thing as well, especially for our mental wellbeing.
I used to view feeling important as such a negative thing, but recently my viewpoint has changed and I’m now starting to see the importance in feeling important. I didn’t actually know before researching for this blog post that it’s one of the fundamental human needs, and I didn’t realise I’d been living my life over the past few years denying myself through emotional self-sabotage of this basic human need.
In recent years the idea of a glow up has become very prominent on social media. We as a society believe in this idea that after a hardship such as a break-up, you need to have suddenly and drastically change your physical appearance in order to be seen as having moved on from such anContinue reading “Why You Don’t Need To Glow Up”