“When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive – to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love.”
The alarm bell goes off. You slowly open your eyes.
A new day lies before you.
A day of unexplored potential and opportunities. How can you make it more likely to become a positive and good day?
Today I’d like to simply share 7 habits that I have used to make my mornings and whole days better.
Saturday morning is here.
You open your eyes and as the light shines in through your window the whole weekend lies ahead of you.
And in today’s post I’d like to share the best and most inspiring good morning Saturday blessings, images and wishes to help you out.
I hope these images and words will help you and inspire you to have a wonderful day.
And, if you like, share one or a few of them with a friend or family member to help them get a positive start to the weekend too.
“Comparison is the death of joy.”
“When you are content to be simply yourself and don’t compare or compete, everybody will respect you.”
One of the most common and destructive daily habit is to constantly compare your life and yourself to other people and their lives.
You compare cars, houses, jobs, shoes, money, relationships, social popularity and so on.
And at the end of the day
you pummel your self-esteem to the ground and you create a lot of negative feelings within. And perhaps also outside of yourself.
So what can you do? How can you get a handle on this habit?
Well, today I’d like to share 3 steps that have helped me to move away from this – it does take some time though so be patient with yourself – and towards a healthier outlook and view of myself and life.
“Do not anticipate trouble or worry about what may never happen. Keep in the sunlight.”
One very common question I’ve gotten over the years goes something like this:
“I always get nervous before a date/meeting/social gathering and that holds me back from being my true and best self and from doing and getting what I want. What can I do to overcome this?”
This is an issue that used to hold me back in the past and I’ve more experience with it than I would have ever wanted.
Back when I was still single I often got quite nervous before a date.
And before that, when I didn’t have a date at all in a long time, I got nervous before most social situations.
It was no fun.
“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.”
Some days you wake up motivated and ready to go.
On some days things feel heavy and
it is hard to get going and find that inner drive.
And there are often roadblocks, plateaus and valleys along the way towards what you want where you can fall into a slump. Or get lost in a rut.
And you feel like your motivation has flown away.
So today I’d like to simply share three of my favorites and in my experience most effective ways to find that motivation again.
“May you have warmth in your igloo, oil in your lamp, and peace in your heart!”
The holidays are upon us.
A time of needed relaxation and more time with
the people closest to us.
A time of stress and worries. A time of not all the joy you may have hoped for or been promised by upbeat advertising and movies.
It can be a time of mixed feelings.
So today I would like to share 5 powerful and timeless tips that can help you to make the holidays – and 2024 too – a more joyful and peaceful time.