A wealthy person with luxery watch and sunglasses. Understand Your Worth – How You Value Yourself Personal, Psychology Little consideration is given to the inner values of a person when defining one's success, such as integrity, kindness, love, forgiveness, emotional intelligence and inner balance. In contrast, an excessive value is placed on the outward appearances of success by society, Continue Reading A cat sleeping on the floor. If You Get Tired, Learn To Rest Personal, Productivity Our lives have become so packed, so busy, so noisy, and so full of conflict. At the end of the day, we feel drained, cranky and overly judgemental. Some of us numbly pace through our days not knowing how out Continue Reading A couple holding hands at the coast. Opposites Attract, But Similarities Bind Personal, Relationship This blog post is inspired by a comment on my previous post “The Law Of Attraction – You Attract What You Are”. In the comment, it is mentioned that “opposites attract more than what you are or what is similar Continue Reading A woman with a cup of coffee and a book. The Law Of Attraction – You Attract What You Are Personal, Relationship The Law of Attraction, I have been fascinated by it for a long time and I rarely come across people who are fully aware of how much the Law of Attraction impacts their day to day life. Regardless of when Continue Reading A woman staring outside a window. Own It – What Makes You, You? Personal This was my last post for 2018, and I wanted to leave you with something of value to start your 2019 even greater. Therefore, this post is dedicated to those who are having a hard time accepting themselves for who Continue Reading Woman holding clock at 4:20. Time Management Really Is About Self-Management Personal, Productivity The idea of time management is typically defined as one’s ability to use time productively and efficiently, especially in cases such as school and work. However, David Allen, productivity consultant and the inventor of the “Getting Things Done” method, says time Continue Reading Someone taking notes in his book. Discover Your Own Writing Process Personal, Productivity Every writer has his or her own writing process. I have mine and you have yours – no two are the same. Often, the process comes naturally and is not a step-by-step guide to which writers refer. And eventually, after Continue Reading Woman closing her eyes while leaning on glass building outdoors. Honestly, What Does Success Mean To You? Personal, Productivity It is an age-old question, but it’s important enough to be reminded of because “we all want success.” We chase money, fame, education, relationships and countless other things, which is okay. We want to be successful and feel successful. However, we Continue Reading Children running through grass. Be A Beginner Every Single Morning Personal, Psychology Whether you consider yourself an expert or a beginner, our perceptions of how much we “know” and how much we don’t can have a profound impact on our daily lives. I think we can all agree that the most difficult Continue Reading A Better And Simplified Gratitude Journal Personal, Psychology Throughout the last decade, psychology researchers identified practices that can help us gain great social, mental, and physical health benefits that come from giving thanks. These benefits are particularly earned in the practice of gratitude journaling. Studies have drawn a range Continue Reading Book with text saying See If You Can Catch Yourself Complaining Personal, Psychology We all love to complain. It won’t take an extensive observation to reason that it’s something we love to do as human beings. We tend to feel better once we have a good moan. Getting things off our chests seems Continue Reading A couple at the beach holding hands. Allow The Right Passion To Become Your Purpose Personal, Psychology For two weeks, I have been looking into the topic of “follow your passion,” whether it’s a good idea or just a dumb advice. Passion is defined as a strong feeling toward an activity that people like, that they find important, Continue Reading A lady having breakfast in bed. Morning Habits, Jump-Start Your Brain For Success Personal, Productivity Ever wondered why most successful people have morning habits? No, it's not because they're OCD or odd in any way. They develop habits for this one simple reason: to reduce friction in their lives so they can focus on what Continue Reading Me looking up. We Millennials Don’t Want Jobs, We Want Lives Personal, Productivity We’re in the year 2018, and the topic on ‘Millennials are hard to manage’ is still getting thrown around. As a Millennial myself, I'm often hearing complaints from business owners and executives about our work ethic, such as we’re hard Continue Reading Guy sitting on a rock with waves crashing in. Better Odds Await The Risk Taker Personal, Psychology Life just keeps presenting us with tough choices. Should I accept this new job? Should I ask her out? Should I tell him how I feel? Should I start my own business? Should we launch this month? Should I travel Continue Reading Leaves changing colours. Why I’m A Change Enthusiast Personal, Psychology I didn’t always like changes. As a matter of fact, I was afraid of it and I hated it. For the longest time, change has been this word that leaves an ominous aftertaste and I couldn’t figure out why. And Continue Reading Silhouette of a couple kissing. Distance Means So Little, When Someone Means So Much Personal, Relationship If you have read my previous blog, then you are aware that I’m in a long-distance relationship for more than two years now. I talked to many people about a long-distance relationship in general and they believe it’s never going Continue Reading Simple photo of vases and flowers. Bye-Bye Stuff, Hello Minimalism Personal, Psychology I didn’t really think about it until I was scrolling through Unsplash.com searching for some photos for my previous article. I came across the theme of minimalism and it caught my attention with its simplicity and cleanness. This made me reflect Continue Reading Toxic mask in between dead leaves. Don’t Compromise Yourself For Toxic People Personal, Relationship I’m sure you’ve noticed by now, not everyone is a delight to be around. This doesn’t make them a bad person necessarily; it just means that they don’t necessarily serve as a healthy influence. Stating that someone is toxic can be a Continue Reading A Chinese kid trying to find motivation. Motivation Only Gets You Started, It Won’t Keep You Going Personal, Psychology   “I felt an ice-cold stream of shame and I was holding my breath for as long as I possibly could.”   Even though motivation is great and needed if you want to accomplish anything worthwhile, the concept has been overvalued in the context of Continue Reading A bridge scenery. Building The Bridge Between Goals and Accomplishments Personal, Productivity I’m talking about self-discipline. The most important principle of a person’s accomplishment. As stated by Elbert Hubbard: “Self-discipline is the ability to do what you should do, when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not.” Therefore, self-discipline is the main factor to Continue Reading Northern Light in Iceland. My Hunger For Crazy Led Me To Iceland Personal, Psychology There I was, on the plane to Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland. An island of fire and ice with endless tales and myths waiting for me to discover. I went to Iceland for my internship, because a lecturer introduced Iceland Continue Reading

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