We all have goals that we want to achieve both big and small but sometimes we find out that we’re not making any progress. This could be because we are making some mistakes when setting our goals that we may have failed to realize. In this week’s blog post, we’re going to explore some common goal setting mistakes that we should avoid making if we’re not making them already. Let’s gooo!
Being in debt can make you feel imprisoned, less than and generally reduces your happiness levels. I was recently in debt and I can tell you for a fact that IT SUCKS 100%. Sometimes we’re in debt because we can’t help it because the money was necessary, sometimes we’re in debt because of our bad spending habits. In my case I was in the latter category. I kept wondering how I found myself in not one but two debts which I had to pay back one quickly. They weren’t necessarily huge debts but as an unemployed person, they seemed so big and insurmountable if I didn’t get external help.
Debt can make us feel insecure, desperate, pressured and a whole lot more negative emotions but paying off our debts gives us a peace of mind and sense of relief that is unmatched. In this week’s blog post, we’re going to explore some tips for getting out of small debts. Let’s gooo!
We all have big dreams but one thing separate those who make it happen and those who don’t and that is repeated action. In order to have repeated action one must in many cases have passion or a strong motivation driving them toward it. For example, you may have a strong affinity towards writing so you may decide to become an author, or you have family members to feed so you know you can’t fool around.
Based on how I am (I don’t like to stress myself), I can find it a bit difficult to take action, to motivation myself. I could start but continuing isn’t usually isn’t my forte, simply because it’s stressful, but as the saying goes “no food for a lazy man.” in my case since I eat every day, I’d say “no good results for a lazy man.”
In this week’s blog post, we’re going to be talking how to motivate yourself or the art of self-motivation because sometimes it can be quite hard to do so but it is the underlying ingredient for success. Let’s gooo!
As I looked at the young man in the mirror last week, I didn’t like what I had seen, I had added more weight than I expected. The thing about weight is that it seems sudden even though it’s been building up for a while, you may notice you’ve added a little weight and it may seem inconsequential and then one day it becomes very evident that you’ve let yourself go. I have been at home for about six months and this was the result, home is the least productive place for me, I always fair better when I’m away from my parents.
I criticized myself a lot but that’s when it hit me, learning to love myself is the most important thing, weight can always be lost if I’m ready to lose it. To be honest, weight was just a physical representation of how I felt: annoyed, tired, lazy and too comfortable, I was annoyed that I was still home, I’ve never been home this long and it pricked me.
In this week’s blog post, we’re going to be exploring how to love yourself, in other words how to practice self-love. Let’s gooo!
It is a human desire to be liked, loved, respected and held in esteem. So, naturally because we are social beings we care what others think of us, how people see us is important to us, we don’t want to be judged or criticised. This means that we can act in ways to put up a front and it isn’t always healthy. We care about how we’re viewed so much that we tend to suffocate ourselves, and don’t live true to ourselves and it can have adverse effects on us. All that being said, there will always be exceptions.
In this week’s blog post, we’re going to be looking into how to stop caring about what other people think of us and start living better lives. Let’s gooo!
My name is Ofai and I'm passionate about blogging and it gives me fulfillment that I can help you out so sit back, relax and enjoy your weekly carats of #SelfImprovementGems with me!