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There are a variety of yoga poses, breathing exercises, and meditative practices that will help ease the mind. Mood disorders like clinical anxiety and depression affect most people in this day and age. Medications that help people manage their mental health problems can often be addictive. They come with other health problems and can alter[…]
Let’s end this month with a bang of intent. What a perfect time for us to do a Round Up about Intentional Living! As always, we will give you the freshest and most interesting updates from all over the interweb. We are leaving nothing out, okay? Check out our blog posts to catch up: Journal[…]
Who doesn’t love a good loop of podcasts for their commute, workout, cleaning or even when cooking? But often we find ourselves bored with our current collection and decide to start listening to some new ones – but which ones? I believe you are here because just like me, you get pumped up listening to[…]
Procrastination is the most common cause of failure. The clock is ticking but you are still stuck in a rut. The time you waste cannot be regained. How can you resolve this? Intentional-ism. Being intentional with your time means total commitment on accomplishing your tasks and focusing on them. If you’re fond of multi-tasking this[…]
Being intentional with the way you live means that you are consciously living in every moment with focused determination in the now. Intentions direct us to the path we should go. It gives us a strong foundation of WHY. Always ask yourself the reason behind every task, anchor your mindset to it and visualise the[…]
“Change is inevitable. Growth is intentional.” Glenda Cloud Journaling increases focus and drives our intention towards the day. It encourages the nowness of us being present at all times, helps us to stay on track and let go of past and future anxieties. It can also be an outlet for our creative juices and our[…]
“The things you own, end up owning you.” – Tyler Durden Never a hoarder but a collector of sentiments. Having too much ‘stuff’ around the home can eat up most of your time organising and decluttering. BUT you can actually prevent too much clutter entering your home or your workspace if you just know how[…]
We have to learn new things to be inspired and be motivated to pursue the path we chose. To be successful our mind and heart should be in good shape and on a track to learn and observe how happy & successful people achieve what they do. So, with that in mind, who is not excited to read new blogs from a bunch of creative minimalist-living people?
“Declutter your mind, your heart, your home. Let go of the heaviness that is weighing you down. Make your life simple, but significant.” ― Maria Defillo Designing a simple life isn’t as boring as what others think. Aside from being clutter-free, minimalists are also inspired and motivated on how they could make this minimal lifestyle[…]
Many believe that minimalism is only associated with deprivation, selling items and living bare minimum. Little do they know the beneficial impact on our mental health! Anxiety is unfortunately a serious and extremely common mental condition that many suffer with in their everyday life. It is mainly characterised as extreme worry and fear that frequently occurs[…]