Dear All I have Covid. It isn’t very pleasant. I will get back to posting when I have the energy!
Let’s face it, you’re not going to like everyone. Sometimes the feeling is mutual. We meet someone who just rubs us up the wrong way. You’re instant rivals, right down to the barely suppressed sneer and curled lip. Other times it’s not quite so dramatic. You might be making every effort to build a relationship,Continue reading “The Benefit of Accepting Those You Don’t Like and How to Get Started”
Thankyou! I finally have 200 follows on this blog. It has taken a while. Reflection; When it was just my creative writing there were some followers. When I changed it to a combination of Creative writing, Writing Tips and Life tips the follows doubled! Thankyou.
In today’s world, it’s easy to neglect the spiritual. In our modern age, haven’t we evolved beyond the need for such things? I grew up in a very traditional Catholic household; Catholic schools, church, choir etc. I think I have an innate sense of Spirituality even though I no longer ‘practice’ my Religion. I stillContinue reading “7 Secrets to Stepping into Your Spirituality”
“Loneliness is just a word, So I’ve been told. Loneliness becomes a world, that’s very cold.” Chicago Loneliness is an increasing symptom of modern life. As people have become more connected by technology, there’s less time to stay connected with friends and loved ones in real-time. That can lead to emotional exhaustion and burnout. IfContinue reading “How Using Meditation Can Relieve and Decrease Loneliness”
If you feel like life has become predictable, unfulfilling, and boring, maybe it’s time for a fresh start. Deciding to make a change doesn’t mean you have to turn your life upside down, but it is an opportunity to stand back and revise your current way of life. Whether it’s a lifestyle, location, or careerContinue reading “5 Tips for Getting Out of a Rut and Starting Fresh”
Do you ever get angry and then hate yourself for it? Everyone has their own little quirks. Things that make them irritated, frustrating, or downright angry. You could probably list your own triggers right now—little stuff like clutter or having to wait around. Maybe you can’t stand a particular word or phrase, or you findContinue reading “4 Steps to Controlling Your Anger Triggers”