Know who you are ... Know your needs, identify them and express them clearly. Find your voice. Find your style. Own who you are and take responsibility for your actions: present and future. Forgive those who've hurt your past. Protect your present. Don’t say yes if you mean no. Be confident and assertive. Enjoy every … Continue reading A note to self
Six tips to help against burnout 1) Evaluate your life style. Are you always busy, running around, starting the next project before finishing your last one and feeling like your life is passing you by while you are left clutching at straws? Maybe you don’t feel you have time to tidy up after the project; … Continue reading Better to prevent burnout than to have to cure it.
The terms used for people like: People pleasers, the overly anxious, helping professions, type A people, and workaholics could sound negative but think about the strengths these different types of people have. My opinion is that a personality strength can also be a weakness depending on if we let it rule us or if we … Continue reading Mojo-reflection: Our strength can also be our tender spot.
Sometimes I wake up feeling down, I guess we all do once in a while. It can be a horrible feeling especially if you have experienced a lengthy bout of depression at some point. I have experienced the ongoing gnaw of depression and the need for antidepressants. I use to fear that I might go … Continue reading Waking up down.
In my opinion when loving yourself, you get to know yourself, and in knowing yourself you love yourself more. It is a joyous cycle, mostly. So maybe not always; sometimes we get angry or disappointed with ourselves just like when a friend might upset us. Let’s look briefly at a loving relationship. There are times … Continue reading Perpetual love cycle.
It is still early days for my Mojo-journaling, a book I’m working on. Originally I created the Mojo Diary for a few friends. Now I am expending on it to share here as a blog with more people. I had stumbled up on a way of journaling and planning my day, inspired by Kelly Bennett. … Continue reading Mojo-journaling