Archive for the ‘Self Care’ Category
One can never predict what will happen in life. You can embrace life and live each day to the fullest or you can keep waiting for the right set of circumstances, which of course rarely comes. You may experience disappointments, frustrations or set backs, but some how you need to keep moving forward. It is not what happens but what you make of it that will dictate how you manage. Consider what qualities and strategies you need to develop in order to live your best life.
Here are my 5 rules for living your best life. Read the rest of this entry »
“Learn to be happy with what you have while you pursue all that you want.” Anonymous
Most people want to achieve success but it is important to be mindful that the definition of success is unique to every individual. In order to achieve what you want there are three important elements Read the rest of this entry »
Are you the type of person who looks after everyone else and puts your needs at the bottom of the list? How many times have you said, “ Oh, I don’t have time to do that for myself, I have too many other things to do?”
Recently I overheard a conversation between a manager and an employee regarding a professional development event. The employee wanted to attend something which related to self care. The manager said that the workshop needed to pertain to the job. Initially I thought “that makes sense.” Then I realized that “taking care of oneself” relates to any and every job. If you don’t take care of yourself, who will? Read the rest of this entry »
Are you someone who makes lists of all the things you need to do? At the end of the day when you review your list, are you disappointed because you haven’t accomplished as much as you would have liked. Does this sound familiar to you?
We hear a lot about time management and how we need to organize ourselves and manage our time more effectively. In order to regulate our time, new ways of thinking and being need to be developed. Our attitudes and beliefs need to be identified and at times altered in order to make beneficial changes. We need to develop self management strategies. When we manage ourselves better we tend to be less overwhelmed, more productive and happier. Read the rest of this entry »