Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 12

Did you enjoy your lunch in the sun yesterday? Or did you defer the challenge to the weekend when it will be more convenient to do it? It's not always a bad thing if you put things off for a more convenient time. That is part of being kind to yourself and pacing yourself as … Continue reading Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 12

Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 10

Yesterday turned out to be a catch-up day for me. First I realised that I slipped on the blog updates for the challenge, and then I had to catch up on making that epic salad (which actually came out quite epic, by the way!). Unfortunately, while focusing on catching up with that epic salad, I … Continue reading Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 10

Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 5

I'm hoping that you had someone to call in yesterday's challenge. If not, you should have paid someone to call you. That way, you would still have been responsible for calling someone you love. I mean, if you can't love yourself, then is it fair to expect anyone else to love you?  Self-love is not … Continue reading Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 5

Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 1

Insomnia once was a friend of mine. After experimenting a little, I discovered the following secret that has worked for me and pretty much everyone else that I have recommended it to since then. Now I am able to fall asleep within a few minutes. The technique is really simple, but only if you do exactly as I say.

The Space Between

The hole in your heart can only be filled by the companion that knows that it is there. Sometimes we seek companionship in search of one that recognises that gap, but fail to realise that we in fact projected our need on their abilities instead. We flit between the calm and the clutter, the spaces … Continue reading The Space Between

Out of Touch

I sat up in bed this morning, looked at myself in the mirror, and asked myself a simple question. What are you losing sight of? I've been significantly distracted for some time now. The truth is, by most standards, I've been sad most of my life. It's a natural disposition. Always aware of what is … Continue reading Out of Touch

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