I've been hearing and seeing a lot of hoo-hah about how much 2016 has sucked. All over the internet are memes about what a fail this year was (most of which are hilarious). And this week I've heard quite a few comments from people in person about how bad it was for them or people they know. For some reason - this has really bothered me. Perhaps because for me personally, this year has been awesome. By discounting the entire year as bad, I feel like people are ignoring all the
A goal without action is just a dream. And dreams are nice, but achievements are better. Next year you want to get shit done, right? You want to lift your game. You want to conquer the crap out of it! I know I do. So, instead of dreaming about what we'd like to do next year, let's put some goals in place. If you need some extra accountability, let's be buddies. Comment with your list of goals for next year, and I'll check in with you to make sure you're getting it done. I fin
Regardless of gender, sex, or sexual preference - inside us all is a feminine or masculine essence. This is not a bad thing. Most people lean more heavily towards one side of the spectrum than the other. Perhaps, uncommonly, you're equal parts of both! It doesn't matter which you are, as long as you're honest with yourself about it. With societal expectations about gender roles changing over the last 50 or so years, we've shifted into an age where there's more gender equality
This week, I made a game-changing discovery: Gratitude neutralises negative emotions.
It's so stupidly simple, that I almost didn't believe that it would work. Let alone work so completely. Usually, I'm either dwelling on negative feelings OR I'm repressing negative feelings - and it seemed like there was no way to win. Worrying is a big one for me, but I'm sure everyone has a different crap emotion that they struggle with. Feeling lousy all the time sucks, but repressing s