Hey Bloomers! 🌼 If you were asked to list the last ten kind or empowering things you said to yourself, would you be able to fill up that list? So often people go through life either saying unkind things to themselves, or simply not making an effort to be conscious about the way they describe themselves. This blog post will challenge that, and encourage you to speak highly of yourself.
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 You are capable of deciding what you want your reality to be, partly through the power of perception. You can find evidence of anything in your life, and that is why it is crucial to focus your attention on things that are beneficial, instead of those that have adverse impacts. Whatever you want to believe, you will find evidence for. This is both a power and a curse, and you need to use the former while disregarding the latter.
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 The idea of self-love is often associated with activities and actions that are meant to make you feel good about yourself. Although this is absolutely correct, it’s important to realise that there is also an “ugly” side to self-love, a side that requires you to feel bad before you can feel good. This blog post is focused on one such side: self-love is also about accountability.
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 Today’s blog post is inspired by Anthony Robins’ book, “Awaken the giant within”. This book has a lot of valuable lessons in it but the one that we will focus on today centres around the idea that a good day is created, not hoped for.
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 You are probably already aware of the wonderful, life changing thing known as journaling, and all the amazing benefits that it brings with it. If not, I dedicated a whole blog post to it HERE. However, you may also be aware that there are many, different types of journals. Because of this, the question sometimes becomes: How do I keep up with all these journals?
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 We have reached the end of the year and for most people, this is a time of reflection. It is a time to reflect on whether or not they were happy with the way they lived their life throughout the year, and if there are any things they would like to do differently in the year ahead. This blog post will look at an alternative to vision boards, and how one can set goals for the year ahead.
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 Many of us are guilty of the issue that is going to be discussed in this blog post: making random life predictions and then becoming highly affected when they are not achieved. This ranges from the little things such as “I am going to go through three chapters today” to more significant things like “I am going to have a house by 30”. It’s important not to measure your value against these statements or leave no room for disappointment because it’s okay to deviate from time frames.
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 When you start something new, thinking about finishing can be overwhelming. This is because the end goal is usually somewhere very far, and the thought of what it will take to get there may be daunting. When feeling overwhelmed, the trick is to focus on one step at a time.
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 If you read my previous blog post about negative bias, you will know that our brains are hard wired to focus on the negative, and it is our duty to recognise and deal with that. The negative bias concept raises the issue that is going to be discussed in this blog post: reframing thoughts.
Hey Bloomers! 🌼 I have used the car metaphor before in THIS article, but today I am going to dedicate a whole blog post to it. As we draw towards the end of the year, life becomes busy. It seems as if there is deadline after deadline and no time to rest. However, in the midst of all the chaos, you have to see yourself as a car – and cars need servicing.