3 Small Discipline Habits You Can Train

3 Small Discipline Habits You Can Train

A guest post by Leo Babauta While I’m not a fan of trying to be disciplined every moment of the day, there’s no doubt most of us could use a little more discipline in our lives. We procrastinate, we waste time with online distractions, we go an entire day without...
Go 24 Hours Without Complaining (How to Start)

Go 24 Hours Without Complaining (How to Start)

This was going to be a completely different topic, but I realized, I haven’t written a good “stop it” post in a while. We are in the middle of a Pandemic and I wanted something that could be seen as a luxury the other day.  It was a good cup of...
Emotional detachment…recognizing it and more.

Emotional detachment…recognizing it and more.

These times are trying.  Let’s face it, 2020 will be long remembered by everyone alive right now.  I have seen all of the 6 types of basic emotions (in the 1970’s psychologist Paul Eckman identified these that were universally experienced in all human...
Rest when needed (You don’t have to do it all).

Rest when needed (You don’t have to do it all).

I have been putting off writing this post because I have been busy.  The strange thing is, it’s a different kind of busy though.  A quarantine, not expecting this kind of thing, busy.  What have I been “busy” doing?  The kinds of things I should have...
Ways to Support Yourself During This Time (mentally)

Ways to Support Yourself During This Time (mentally)

So. I saw many jokes about yesterday being the first time the Irish were sober (mostly from my Irish friends).  And I want to say that using humor to diffuse a sad situation can help others.  NOT the kinds of jokes about the virus itself that is currently plaguing the...
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