3 Ways To Eat Healthy Without Sacrificing Flavour
4 Ways To Cope With Anxiety
Anxiety is one of the most common mental problems in the Western world and it is often undiagnosed. How do you know if you have anxiety? You may have anxiety if you feel excessive worry either most of the time or in specific situations, such as social settings. If you suffer from panic attacks, that’s also a form of anxiety.
Music Can Kill The Blues
Anytime I am feeling depressed, sad or mad enough to commit a violent act, the only medicine I need is music. After some Anita Baker, Babyface and Prince, I am my serene self again.
6 Signs I Need To Cancel My Facebook
I love being on Facebook. But this weekend, I took the time to delete all the folks that I have no personal relationship with. By the time I was done, I had deleted two-thirds of my “friend” list. This got me thinking whether I should just cancel my account all-together.
Social Media Rehab
Friends To Keep & Avoid
I have come to the recent realisation that ¾ of my friends were not real and should have been allowed to leave my life as quickly as they entered it. Does it make them horrible people? Of course not, they are probably wonderful people. But they brought out the worst in me. See below a guide to the types of friends to avoid and those to keep.
Living In The Now
“….I could really use some coffee I’m exhausted... he used to get coffee for me every morning. I cannot believe that asshole broke up with me. I mean he was lucky to have a great woman like me in his life. Well I guess I can be a little annoying…could I really be that bad? …”
Why You Should Never Give Up
“The Race is not given to the swift or the strong but those who can endure to the end”. For as long as I have been alive this has been the mantra in my household.
Honey/Cinammon Diet - Fad or Fact?
The Positive Side Of Failure
Growing up in my sometimes blissful childhood, I always heard of the silver lining on every dark cloud. That has allowed me to see good in nearly every situation, even one hailed as a failure by myself and/or onlookers. “What can be the good in failure?” you may ask. Growth!