Why is empathy important, and what function does it serve in everyday life?
‘Most of the shadows of this life are caused by standing in one’s own sunshine.’
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
So a show of hands – how many of you are still going to the gym as many times a week as you promised yourself you would at the start of the year?
Yeah, me either. But here’s some tips and some very cute sausage dogs to help you get back on track!
Christmas has a funny way of bringing people together – even if perhaps the people we’re being brought closer to are the very people we’d rather not go near with a ten-foot pole.
So how do we make sure we still enjoy our holiday without it being overshadowed by the toxic people we’ve been avoiding all year?
‘Have you tried Yoga?’
Being an incredibly observant person has its advantages. You know how to read a room full of people, where … More
We can search our whole lives for happiness, but sometimes happiness is what’s right in front of you.
Or, more accurately, happiness can be found right in front of you, if only you look a little closer.
We all want to live in the moment, rather than dreaming about the future or regretting the past. But there are some moments that stand out more than others in life, because they are beautiful in their simplicity.
I wonder what the world would be like if we looked in the mirror and didn’t see our physical reflection, but our internal one.
NUMBER TWO: PRACTICE GRATITUDE
Maybe you’re grateful for your sister. Maybe you’re grateful that your dog didn’t crap on the floor this morning. Maybe you’re grateful for a $10, 24 McNugget Meal Deal at McDonald’s. Whatever it is that you’re grateful for, it shines light on the things that aren’t so dark and gloomy.
You’re not edgy, you’re offensive.
People always romanticise depression. It needs to stop.
‘There is no revenge so complete as forgiveness.’ – Josh Billings