We certainly feel our bodies when having pain or a headache. But many of us are ‘out of touch’ with our bodies, with our real selves. Moreover, we only notice the body when it gets sore, sick or can’t keep up with what we want it to do. Many people look after their cars better than their bodies.
I have been talking a lot lately about self-care. Moreover, that contrary to the popular media image of consuming your way to feeling better. Self-care is sometimes tough-love. Furthermore, I accept this might sound harsh. Self-care has very little to do with “treating yourself.” More to do with parenting yourself. And about making choices that support your long-term well-being and happiness.
International Day of Happiness. A day of recognizing how important happiness is to our personal and collective well-being. And to the goals and aspirations of people all around the world. However, in today’s busy life, many people feel like their missing that ‘spark’ of happiness. That particular something they had when they were children before adult life with its responsibilities kicked in.
However, we can control our happiness and practicing mindfulness is one way can help ourselves to feel happier.Read more